Wednesday, July 6, 2016
The Power of "Ten": John Henry Twachtman and the American Impressionists, late 19th Century
He painted landscapes, dreamy snow scenes like this.
Considering the artist only lived to about 50, he was very productive. In 1898, just a few years before his death, he and other American Impressionists banded together to promote and display their works (considered very modern at the time.) The group was called "The Ten".
One of our home grown potatoes seemed to smile at me as it was readied for cook pot.
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