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Revision as of 08:32, 28 April 2014


American Marine Painting

Petite Gallery


After the Storm by Charles Henry Gifford.


I prefer maritime subjects mostly because I enjoy the way water reflects the sky, the coast, and the weather. It mirrors the shapes of objects on its surface and intensifies their light. I paint outdoors to capture the light first hand and bring out all the color and luminosity. LEONARD MIZEREK. [1]


Thomas Moran, Shoshone Falls Idaho, 1875.


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Herman Dudley Murphy, Surf at Ogunquit, ca. 1907.


Alfred Thompson Bricher, Marine Landscape, ca. 1895.
Emil Carlsen, Moonlight Scene, 1913.
Alfred Thompson Bricher, Castle Rock, Marblehead, 1878.



MAKING ART WITH ART