John Henry Twachtman

American Impressionist Painter, 1853-1902 American painter and printmaker. He began as a painter of window-shades but developed one of the most personal and poetic visions in American landscape painting, portraying nature on canvases that were, in the words of Childe Hassam, 'strong, and at the same time delicate even to evasiveness'. His first artistic training was under Frank Duveneck, with whom he studied first in Cincinnati and then in Munich (1875-7). His absorption of the Munich style, characterized by bravura brushwork and dextrous manipulation of pigment, with the lights painted as directly as possible into warm,

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John Henry Twachtman End of Winter oil painting


End of Winter
Painting ID::  30856
Artist: John Henry Twachtman
Painting: End of Winter
Introduction: mk68 Oil on canvas Washington Smithsonian American Art. c.1889 USA
   
   
     

John Henry Twachtman Arques la Bataille oil painting


Arques la Bataille
Painting ID::  31701
Artist: John Henry Twachtman
Painting: Arques la Bataille
Introduction: mk75 1885 Huile sur toile:152.4x200.3cm
   
   
     

John Henry Twachtman The White Bridge oil painting


The White Bridge
Painting ID::  32038
Artist: John Henry Twachtman
Painting: The White Bridge
Introduction: mk77 Mid-1890s Oil on canvas 30 1/4x30 1/4in
   
   
     

John Henry Twachtman Meadow Flowers oil painting


Meadow Flowers
Painting ID::  39098
Artist: John Henry Twachtman
Painting: Meadow Flowers
Introduction: mk140 circa 1892 Oil on canvas 84.6x56.3cm
   
   
     

John Henry Twachtman Hemlock Pool oil painting


Hemlock Pool
Painting ID::  39300
Artist: John Henry Twachtman
Painting: Hemlock Pool
Introduction: mk146 ca.1900
   
   
     

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     American Impressionist Painter, 1853-1902 American painter and printmaker. He began as a painter of window-shades but developed one of the most personal and poetic visions in American landscape painting, portraying nature on canvases that were, in the words of Childe Hassam, 'strong, and at the same time delicate even to evasiveness'. His first artistic training was under Frank Duveneck, with whom he studied first in Cincinnati and then in Munich (1875-7). His absorption of the Munich style, characterized by bravura brushwork and dextrous manipulation of pigment, with the lights painted as directly as possible into warm,