Abbott Handerson Thayer

American Painter, 1849-1921 American painter and naturalist. He spent his youth in rural New England, where his earliest paintings were wildlife subjects, reflecting his interest in hunting and fishing. While in his teens Thayer achieved some success doing portraits of family pets, which he continued after a move to New York. He attended classes at the Brooklyn Art School and National Academy of Design, but in 1875 he settled in Paris, studying under Henri Lehmann and Jean-L?on G?r?me at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. While abroad he produced landscapes in the Barbizon style and genre scenes, but on his return to New York in 1879

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Abbott Handerson Thayer Angel Seated on a Rock oil painting


Angel Seated on a Rock
Painting ID::  27988
Artist: Abbott Handerson Thayer
Painting: Angel Seated on a Rock
Introduction: 1899 Oil on canvas 213.5 x 153cm (84 x 60 1/4in) Freer Gallery of Art Washington DC (mk63)
   
   
     

Abbott Handerson Thayer A Virgin oil painting


A Virgin
Painting ID::  32031
Artist: Abbott Handerson Thayer
Painting: A Virgin
Introduction: mk77 c.1892-93 Oil on canvas 90 3/8x70 7/8in
   
   
     

Abbott Handerson Thayer Roses oil painting


Roses
Painting ID::  38376
Artist: Abbott Handerson Thayer
Painting: Roses
Introduction: mk136 Oil on canvas 1890
   
   
     

Abbott Handerson Thayer My Children oil painting


My Children
Painting ID::  39101
Artist: Abbott Handerson Thayer
Painting: My Children
Introduction: mk140 circa 1896-1910 Oil on canvas 122.1x153.3cm
   
   
     

Abbott Handerson Thayer Winged Figure oil painting


Winged Figure
Painting ID::  51680
Artist: Abbott Handerson Thayer
Painting: Winged Figure
Introduction: nn09 1889 Oil on canvas 131x96cm
   
   
     

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     American Painter, 1849-1921 American painter and naturalist. He spent his youth in rural New England, where his earliest paintings were wildlife subjects, reflecting his interest in hunting and fishing. While in his teens Thayer achieved some success doing portraits of family pets, which he continued after a move to New York. He attended classes at the Brooklyn Art School and National Academy of Design, but in 1875 he settled in Paris, studying under Henri Lehmann and Jean-L?on G?r?me at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. While abroad he produced landscapes in the Barbizon style and genre scenes, but on his return to New York in 1879