George McCord (1848-1909 William Ritchel (1864-1948 and Joseph Henry Sharp (1859-1953) were exhibited at a number of institutions, such as the Cincinnati Art Museum, in 1912. If you have information to contribute on this subject, contact us via email: Credit for much of the above information is given to Joni. His preoccupation with light represents a late flowering of the glare aesthetic an emphasis on brilliant effects of light that reinforce strong outlines. 1938 Marcia Burtt (b. They settled in Tucson and made regular trips to the Grand Canyon, which was near their summer home.
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William Henry Holmes, director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, had suggested to Widforss that he direct his attention to the landscapes of the national parks. Impressionist painter Curt Walters (b. Woodblock artist Gustave Baumann ( a contemporary of Leighs, considered the Grand Canyon to be an artists nightmare. Powell and Moran envisioned similar successes for Arizonas Grand Canyon. Although he had traveled West previously on assignment as an illustrator for Harpers, the 1910 group trip was Potthasts first to the Grand Canyon. Thomas Moran (1837-1926 who portrayed its grandeur to the public. The railroad also arranged for each of them to have studio space at the edge of the Canyon, where each could have private working areas. Some went to the Southwest for health reasons. Drawn to the Southwest by its landscape and the opportunity to paint the Indians of the area, Couse in 1902 began summering in Taos. In 1929 artist William Robinson Leigh (1866-1955) spent a month camped on the South rim sketching and painting, and while attempting to capture a fleeting sunset lamented: ".What a wretched makeshift these paltry pigments.