marți, 28 februarie 2017

Wilson Irvine(28 februarie 1869 – 21 august 1936), pictor impresionist american

Wilson Henry Irvine - Irvine's House
Wilson Henry Irvine - Family Gathering for Tea
Wilson Henry Irvine - Teatime
Wilson Henry Irvine - Tea Party with the Artists Daughter Lois
Wilson Henry Irvine - The Old Homestead. 1916
Wilson Henry Irvine - Woman in Orchard
Wilson Henry Irvine - Outside of the Village
Wilson Henry Irvine - A Hint of Autumn
Wilson Henry Irvine - Connecticut Landscape
Wilson Henry Irvine - Evening in the Harbor
Wilson Henry Irvine - French Quarter Courtyard with Woman Sweeping and Children
Wilson Henry Irvine - French Rooftop
Wilson Henry Irvine - Side Door of Trenato
Wilson Henry Irvine - Lady in Red 1932
Wilson Henry Irvine - Lois
Wilson Henry Irvine - Gloucester
Wilson Henry Irvine - Early morning light, New England
Wilson Henry Irvine - The Broken Wall
Wilson Henry Irvine - First Heavy Snow of Season

Wilson Henry Irvine (28 februarie 1869-21 august 1936) a fost un pictor impresionist peisagist american.
Cu toate ca a fost asociat scolii Old Lyme, colonia de arta din Connecticutcondusa de Florence Griswold, Irvine si-a petrecut primii ani ai carierei in Chicago, un produs al School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Irvine a pictat si in toata Europa Occidentala.
Irvine este cunoscut pentru maiestria in care a pictat lumina si textura — o expozitie din 1998 cu lucrarile lui s-a numit "Wilson Henry Irvine si Poezia Luminii". Pentru a capta efectele subtile ale luminii, Irvine picta deseori en plein air.
Insa a pictat si scene de compozitie care includ case, barci, poduri — chiar si  portrete.
Wilson Henry Irvine, nascut langa Byron, Illinois, a fost un descendent al primilor colonisti si fermieri din Illinois. A absolvit liceul Rockford Central High School. A lucrat Chicago Portrait Company. A studiat la Art Institute of Chicago.
Wilson Irvine(28 februarie 1869 - 21 august 1936), pictor impresionist american

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