Thursday, March 12

Ralph Albert Blakelock

Day is Done (Landscape with Indian Canoe) - 1880s
Wikipedia - "Blakelock's early landscapes have their genesis in the style of the Hudson River school of painters. In time, he developed a more subjective and intimate style. His favorite themes were those depicting the wilderness and solitude; evocative and emotional paintings of illuminated moments in nature, of moonlit landscapes and twilight hours and Indian camps in the solitude of nature."
Wikipedia, artnet

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