Best American Still Life Painters
Best American Still Life Painters
- 1 James Peale
- 2 Raphaelle Peale
- 3 Charles Bird King
- 4 John F. Francis
- 5 Severin Roesen
- 6 Martin Johnson Heade
- 7 Andrew John Henry
- 8 Paul LaCroix
- 9 George Cochran Lambdin
- 10 John LaFarge
- 11 Richard LaBarre Goodwin
- 12 William Harnet
- 13 William Merritt Chase
- 14 Emil Carlsen
- 15 John Frederick Peto
- 16 Charles A. Meurer
- 17 Georgia O'Keeffe
- 18 Preston Dickinson
- 19 See also
- 20 External links
- 21 References
(1774–1825) he was America's first professional still-life painter.
A Dessert (Still Life with Lemons and Oranges), 1814.
(1785–1862) also known for his famous paintings of American Indian chiefs.
(1808–1886) born in Philadelphia, Francis is best known for his luncheon and dessert still life paintings.
(1816–ca. 1872) is most famous for his abundant fruit and flower still lifes and is today recognized as one of the major American still-life painters of the mid-nineteenth century. 
(1819-1904), a Hudson River School painter.
Andrew John Henry
(1826-1888). Henry's still lifes are on subjects like: bunches of grapes and oysters.
(1827-1869). Paintings by LaCroix hang in world best museums like: the Brooklyn Museum, New York City, Springfield Museum of Art, Ohio, and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid.
(1830-1896) focused on the study and painting of roses in vases, arrangements, or against stark backgrounds.
(1835-1910). Among his many commissions, in 1876, the mural decoration of the Trinity Church in Boston; He admired the formality and patterning of Japanese art.  In the painting of still-life and flowers he followed a method of his own, based on the principles of the Pre-Raphaelites. 
Richard LaBarre Goodwin
(1848-1892) preferred, for his still life subjects, musical instruments, hunted animals and firearms.
(1853-1932), the artist's best-known still life works were of brass or copper pots, undistinguished vessels and vegetables, which were often combined with the morning catch to create simple but graceful kitchen tableaus. 
John Frederick Peto
(Philadelphia, 1854 - Island Heights, New Jersey, 1907), an American trompe l'oeil painter specialized in the nostalgic wall-rack painting. Peto befriended William Harnet. His works are represented in the collections of major museums throughout the US.  
Charles A. Meurer
(1865-1955), a 19th Century American landscape, still life painter. Born in Germany of American parents, Charles Meurer became the last living link to the heyday of the trompe l'oeil painting style. Many of his trompe l'oeil works have reproductions of money, and he has also done painting with hunting motifs that are similar to work by William Michael Harnett, the man credited with founding the trompe l'oeil style in America. 
(1887 - 1986) was a modernist painter. O’Keeffe’s images — often instantly recognizable as her own — include large-scale flowers.
(1889–1930). Dickinson clearly enjoyed the geometry, ambiguous space, and multiple viewpoints of cubism. His still lifes have a grace, a precision, and an elegance that are remarkable. In modern art it is rare to see so high a finish carried out with complete gusto to the end... Still-life subjects gave Dickinson a golden opportunity to revel in his penchant for complex compositional construction, diverse objects, detailed patterning, as well as odd combinations of color.
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