Childe Hassam


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

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Critique: Impressively well written, organized and presented, "Childe Hassam: At Dusk: Boston Common at Twilight" is nicely illustrated throughout.
Featuring mainly oil paintings from the Hudson River School, with works by George Inness, Thomas Moran, Childe Hassam, John Sloan and others.
Some other painting have been returned, including Norman Rockwell's "Statue of Liberty" and Childe Hassam's "The Avenue in the Rain," an impressionist view of New York's Fifth Avenue.
The centrepiece of the American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture sale on 3 December at Sotheby's New York was Childe Hassam's painting The White Dory, Gloucester (Fig.
One of the foremost American Impressionists, Childe Hassam, is represented by a lush, autumnal forest scene, entitled The Jewel Box, Old Lyme (1906).
This was the case, for example, when Rush arranged the multimillion-dollar sale of American impressionist Childe Hassam's 1911 "Sunset at Sea," two years ago.
Using the Taubman Museum of Art website, they identify works of art that have especial value for social studies, ranging from paintings by Jacob Lawrence and Childe Hassam to a woodblock print by Yoshifuji.
These include Lighthouses and Buildings by Edward Hopper and Boston Common at Twilight by Frederick Childe Hassam.
The display features stately Colonial-era portraits by Stuart and John Singleton Copley; elegant neoclassical marble sculptures by Hiram Powers and William Rinehart; outstanding Hudson River School paintings by Thomas Cole and Sanford Gifford; grand Western subjects by Albert Bierstadt and Frederic Remington; light-filled landscapes and figure paintings by Impressionists Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent, and Childe Hassam; stunning examples of early modernism by Marsden Hartley and Stuart Davis; important post-war abstractions by Joan Mitchell, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko; minimalist and post-minimalist treasures by Ellsworth Kelly, Gene Davis, and Martin Puryear; and contemporary works by Glenn Ligon and Kara Walker.
The women's lounge has Queen Anne furnishings from the 1740-1750s and four paintings by the American Impressionist Childe Hassam, who was active in the late 1800s.
Dana Pilson's article on Childe Hassam, for example, just gets started and ends without fully exploring why an artist such as Hassam, who was 'old-fashioned in his rejection of the modern' (132), produced artwork that rendered the modern, urban experience with cinematic verve.
* Murphy's estate valued four pieces, including American impressionist Childe Hassam's 1890 work "A Stroll in the Park," at $292,000.
"An Impressionist Sensibility" features 26 paintings by William Merritt Chase, Childe Hassam, Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent and John Twachtman, among other internationally known artists.
Photographer Edward Steichen, postimpressionist Childe Hassam, illustrators Howard Chandler Christy, who created the whimsical murals at Cafe des Artistes, and J.C.
All kinds of artists are listed in this splendid book from the iconic Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent, Whistler, Childe Hassam and Winslow Homer (whose works should be much better known in this country than is currently the case) to painters such as the controversial Thomas Eakins, who ushered the male nude into conservative American art academies during the mid-19th century.