Childe Hassam

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United States painter noted for brilliant colors and bold brushwork (1859-1935)

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Calling the three paintings recovered last year "absolutely gorgeous" and noting the fame of painter Childe Hassam, Mr.
Among the artists represented are John Singleton Copley, Eastman Johnson, Childe Hassam, George Bellows, Isabel Bishop, Theodore Roszak, Man Ray and Barnett Newman.
Hear the names Maurice Prendergast, Mary Cassatt, Childe Hassam or Ernest Lawson, and you probably think of the works of these American Impressionist painters, who were influenced by the groundbreaking work of their French counterparts.
All three occupants were bound and threatened at gunpoint while the robbers took furs, silverware and three paintings - "The Shore of Lake Geneva" by French painter Gustav Courbet, "Lady as Shepherdess" by William Hamilton, and "In the Sun" by American impressionist Childe Hassam.
16 is Landscapes from the Age of Impressionism, an exhibition of some 40 paintings from the Brooklyn Museum of Art that includes such artists as Monet, Courbet, John Singer Sargent and Childe Hassam.
He analyzes the works of artists such as Alfred Stieglitz, Jacob Riis, Max Weber, Georgia O'Keeffe, John Sloan, Childe Hassam, John Marin, and George Bellows.
Impressionism abroad: Boston and French painting' (2 July-11 September) at the Royal Academy, London, shows how Monet and the Barbizon school influenced Childe Hassam, John Singer Sargent (his Fishing for Oysters at Cancale, 1878, left) and other east-coast painters.
As the subject of at least three museum exhibitions in 2004, Frederick Childe Hassam (1859-1935) is once again gaining recognition as a pioneering American Impressionist painter.
A similar interest can be found in the Impressionist paintings of American Childe Hassam (1859-1935).
Surrounded today by internationally-renowned art galleries, museums and schools such as MoMA and the Art Students League of New York, the neighborhood saw many renowned artists -- whether painting, studying or instructing -- including Childe Hassam, John Sloan, Stuart Davis, Marc Chagall, Georgia O'Keeffe, George Grosz, Arbit Blatas and so many more.
These include works by Childe Hassam, Allan D'Arcangelo, Ralston Crawford, William Merritt Chase, and, more recently, Albert Bloch, Ernest Lawson, William Glackens, and John Twatchman.
Like fellow American painters Maurice Prendergast, Mary Cassatt, Ernest Lawson and Childe Hassam, Horton's style and subject matter is heavily indebted to Monet and the French Impressionists.
The filing essentially asks the courts to decide the rightful owner of the paintings - "The Shore of Lake Geneva" by French painter Gustav Courbet, "Lady as Shepherdess" by William Hamilton, and "In the Sun" by American impressionist Childe Hassam.
Supported with 280 illustrations (reproductions are generally a quarter page or smaller), the essays address such topics as the experience of nature (Church's Niagara and Homer's seascapes); John Singer Sargent's moving pictures; chronophotography; Eugen Sandwo and visual culture; boxing, art, and cinema; Childe Hassam in New York City; and the transformation of the image in modern vision.