American Impressionism

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Thanks largely to technical innovations at the time for tin tubes used to hold oil paints, in the late 1860s some artists were venturing away from the studio and discovering the beauty of using natural light to make oil paintings. In America, at this time, charming, scenic views were preferred by the impressionists as were well dressed members of high society all filled with pleasant, natural light. Please take you time in browsing through the Ocean’s Bridge American Impressionism Collection.

American Impressionism

A Bride About 1895

American Impressionism

A Family Of Birches 1907

American Impressionism

At The Piano 1887

American Impressionism

Celia Thaxter In Her Garden 1892

American Impressionism

Columbus Circle Winter 1911

American Impressionism

Cornish Headlands 1898

American Impressionism

Dublin Pond New Hampshire 1894

American Impressionism

Evening On The Thames About 1876

American Impressionism

Fishing Boats At Gloucester 1901

American Impressionism

Garden In May 1895

American Impressionism

Girl Arranging Her Hair 1918 1919

American Impressionism

Girl In White About 1890

American Impressionism

Gold Mining Cripple Creek 1929

American Impressionism

Haystacks About 1930

American Impressionism

In The Garden 1892 1894

American Impressionism

June About 1911

American Impressionism

Lady In White (No. 1) About 1910

American Impressionism

Misty May Morn 1899

American Impressionism

November 1904 1905

American Impressionism

Old Church At Giverny 1891

American Impressionism

On The Terrace About 1890 1900

American Impressionism

Pomona 1900

American Impressionism

Round Hill Road About 1890 1900

American Impressionism

Self Portrait At Montigny 1876

American Impressionism

Shinnecock Hills About 1895