julian alden weir

American Impressionist Painter, 1852-1919 .American painter. He studied with his father Robert Walter Weir, a landscape painter of the Hudson River school, at the National Academy; and with Görôme in Paris. He was one of the earliest American impressionist painters. Subtle gradations of light and tone characterize his work. He was a founder of the Society of American Artists (1877), a member of the National Academy (1886), and its president (1915 C17). When the Ten American Artists formed a separate group (1898), he joined them. His works include Idle Hours, The Green Bodice, and The Red Bridge; a portrait and Autumn ; and Midday Rest in New England.

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julian alden weir The Red Bridge (nn02) oil painting


The Red Bridge (nn02)
Painting ID::  23061
Artist: julian alden weir
Painting: The Red Bridge (nn02)
Introduction: 1895 Oil on canvas 24 1/4x33 5/4"
   
   
     

julian alden weir The Bridge:Nocturn (mk43) oil painting


The Bridge:Nocturn (mk43)
Painting ID::  25718
Artist: julian alden weir
Painting: The Bridge:Nocturn (mk43)
Introduction: 1910 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden,Smithson-ian institution,Washington
   
   
     

julian alden weir Le pont rouge oil painting


Le pont rouge
Painting ID::  31704
Artist: julian alden weir
Painting: Le pont rouge
Introduction: mk75 1895 Huile sur toile 61.6x85.7cm
   
   
     

julian alden weir The Red Bridge oil painting


The Red Bridge
Painting ID::  32042
Artist: julian alden weir
Painting: The Red Bridge
Introduction: mk77 1895 Oil on canvas 24 1/4x33 3/4in
   
   
     

julian alden weir Williamntic Thread Factory oil painting


Williamntic Thread Factory
Painting ID::  39099
Artist: julian alden weir
Painting: Williamntic Thread Factory
Introduction: mk140 1893 Oil on canvas 61x85.4cm
   
   
     

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     American Impressionist Painter, 1852-1919 .American painter. He studied with his father Robert Walter Weir, a landscape painter of the Hudson River school, at the National Academy; and with Görôme in Paris. He was one of the earliest American impressionist painters. Subtle gradations of light and tone characterize his work. He was a founder of the Society of American Artists (1877), a member of the National Academy (1886), and its president (1915 C17). When the Ten American Artists formed a separate group (1898), he joined them. His works include Idle Hours, The Green Bodice, and The Red Bridge; a portrait and Autumn ; and Midday Rest in New England.