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#FineArtFriday: A Back Road, by Childe Hassam

If you want to know what a road looked like to travelers before the advent of blacktop and concrete made the modern freeways and highways possible, turn to art. 283 more words


Spring rain and black umbrellas in Union Square

Few painters capture the enchantment of New York in the rain like Childe Hassam, an American Impressionist who had studios at Fifth Avenue and 17th Street and 95 Fifth Avenue in the 1880s and 1890s. 60 more words

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Childe Hassam: The Church at Gloucester (1918)

 On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 769


Artist:  Childe Hassam (1859–1935)

Nationality: American, Dorchester, Massachusetts 1859–1935 East Hampton, New York) 85 more words

by Victoria McClendon-Leggett

With Spring Break right around the corner, and the ASPA Conference upon us, we grabbed a quick coffee, piled into the van and departed Huntsville at 12:45–just after our classes ended.  389 more words


Lady Reading

Childe Hassam (American, 1859-1935) – Lady Reading, 1898 (Watercolor. MFA Boston) – – Although Hassam did travel to Paris for the European training that was considered de rigueur for a young American artist at the turn of the century, enrolling in the Academie Julian and coming under the influence of the French Impressionists, he developed a distinctive style of his own when he returned to New York in 1889.


Couch on the Porch, Cos Cob

Childe Hassam (American, 1859-1935) – Couch on the Porch, Cos Cob (Oil on canvas) – – The Cos Cob art colony was a group of artists, many of them American Impressionists, who gathered during the summer in and around Cos Cob, a section of Greenwich, from about 1890 to about 1920. 28 more words


Celebrate Winter and Art Series 14: Wintry ride


carriage moves snow

street light offers the path

hear  snow crushed under wooden wheels


Cinquain by PamelaWLucas 2/9/18

Photo of painting, Winter Midnight by Pinterest

Childe Hassam, impressionist, 1859-1935 

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