Here in southeastern Pennsylvania, we don’t have the harshest winters — certainly not like Minnesota or Maine or even northern New York State — but we do have winter; and never have Pennsylvania’s winters been more beautifully celebrated than by the Pennsylvania Impressionists, a group painters who formed an art colony in and around New Hope, Pennsylvania and Lambertville, New Jersey in the late 19th century.
So to celebrate today’s Winter Solstice, here are a few winter scenes from the brushes of Pennsylvania Impressionists.
You can find more information about these painters on the site of the James A Michener Museum (and here).
There is currently an exhibition of the work of Walter Schofield (image above, bottom) at the Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia; it will be on display until January 25, 2015. I hope to report on that show in more detail soon.
Happy Winter Solstice!
(Images above, links to my posts: Edward Redfield, John Folinsbee, Antonio Martino, Daniel Garber, Arthur Meltzer, Kenneth Nunamaker, Roy C. Nuse, Robert Spencer, Harry Leith-Ross, Walter Emerson Baum, Fern I. Coppage, William Lathrop, Geoge Sotter, Walter Schofield)
4 Replies to “Winter Solstice with the Pennsylvania Impressionists”
Cool! Very Cool!
Wonderful paintings. Who painted the 5th image of the tree?
Arthur Meltzer. Sorry, I had the order wrong.
Thanks. And thank you for your wonderful blog!
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