Fruitlands is proud to present an exhibit of New England Impressionist paintings drawn from other institutions and private collections. The exhibit showcases dozens of artists active in the New England art scene between 1880 and 1930, including Hassam, Enneking, Huntington, Nordstrom, among others. The exhibit will run June 4 through November 15, 2011.
American impressionist artists express idealized representations in their paintings with color and movement that celebrate American life and scenery through art. By the 1890s Boston area artists and collectors were deeply involved in the impressionist movement. These artists and collectors were influenced by both their American predecessors, the Hudson River School artists, as well as the French Impressionists. This exhibit will showcase artists from New England 1880-1930.
June 4 - November 15
Celebrating a generation of New England painters at Fruitlands Milford Daily News By Chris Bergeron/DAILY NEWS STAFF Exploring fresh artistic territory, a new exhibit in the recently renovated Picture Gallery at Fruitlands Museum invites you to ... Read More
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