Egeli Gallery

New Works from Unknown Impressionist Artists

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Portrait of a Boy (1911) 20 by 24 $15,000
Portrait of a Boy (1911) 20 by 24 $15,000
Cape Cod Dunes 25 by 30 $6,500   Close-up
Young Artist with Palette (dated 1913) 26 by 32 $5,000   Close-up
Tuna Boys (1930) 16 by 18 $2,500   Close-up #1   Close-up #2
Provincetown Boy (1950) 14 by 18 $2,500   Close-up

Unknown Artists --- American Impressionism:

   A style that evolved from French Impressionism but placed more emphasis on form or recognizable subjects. Chief exponents were William Merritt Chase, who founded one of the first outdoor painting schools in 1878 in New York, and his student, Charles Hawthorne, who founded the Cape Cod School of Art in 1899. They espoused painting 'en plein air' (finishing the work on location) and depicting the changing effects of light with masses of color while modeling and defining the forms with distinct color variations.

    Source: Cynthia McBride, McBride Gallery in Annapolis, MD

Want to read more? An illustrated history on Impressionists Pre-1940