"Californian landscape" is characterized by pastel tones and partially intense glowing work.

Dana Bartlett


"Californian landscape" is characterized by pastel tones and partially intense glowing work.

(1882 Ionia/Michigan/USA - 1957 Los Angeles) Californian Landscape is a pastel-toned and partially intense luminous work, characteristic in motif and style for the renowned American landscape painter. Bartlett received his artistic training at the Art Students League in New York under William M. Chase and Charles Warren Eaton. After stays in Boston, Portland, and San Francisco, Bartlett settled permanently in Los Angeles since 1915. After 1924, he also taught at the Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. In California, Bartlett became associated with the so-called "Eucalyptus School," which was influenced by the French Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, and Fauves such as Matisse. He exhibited frequently at the Laguna Beach Art Association, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Stendahl Gallery in Los Angeles. In 1927, his first solo exhibition took place at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Bartlett's works can be found, among others, in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the National Gallery of Art in Washington. Oil on canvas; signed. 50 cm x 61 cm. Framed. California Landscape.

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02 Jun 2024

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Author Dana Bartlett

Style Impressionism

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