Born in San Francisco, Edward Cucuel began formal art training at the San Francisco School of Design in 1914. His father was a newspaper publisher, and as a teenager Cucuel worked as an illustrator for several local newspapers. In 1892 he traveled to Paris, where he studied at the Académies Julian and Colarossi before being admitted to the prestigious Ecole des Beaux-Arts to study with academician Jean Léon Gérôme.
When Cucuel returned to the United States in 1896, he settled in New York and earned enough through his work as an illustrator to return to Europe. After several years of travel, he settled in Berlin. In 1907 he moved his studio to Munich. There, he joined the Scholle group of artists led by Leo Putz and took part in the exhibitions of the Munich Secession. What the Scholle artists shared more than any single aesthetic was a desire to develop their own styles independently. Cucuel married Clara Lotte von Marcard in 1913, and they spent their summers in a villa on Lake Ammersee outside Munich.
Although the heyday of Impressionism had already passed in Europe, Cucuel developed his own vibrant Impressionist style during a period of working closely with Leo Putz. For several summers before Cucuel’s marriage, the two artists worked side-by-side in a garden at Hartmannsdorf Castle in Chiemgau, west of Munich. There, Cucuel began to paint with the highly keyed color and rich brushwork for which he is best known. Sunny genre scenes of leisure—boating, afternoon tea, sleeping, reading—in landscape settings dominate his work, but nudes and women in interiors settings are also common motifs. Cucuel often painted family members rather than professional models.
From 1928 to 1934, Cucuel spent winters in New York, but returned to Germany during the summer months. When World War Two broke out, Cucuel left Germany permanently and settled in Pasadena, California, where he lived a secluded life until his death in 1954. A member of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Cucuel exhibited at the Salon d’Automne in Paris and at numerous other venues in Germany, England, and the United States.
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Richard E. Miller (March 22, 1875 - 1943) was a major American Impressionist painter and a member of the famous Giverny Colony of American Impressionists. Miller was primarily a figurative painter, known for his paintings of women posing languidly in interiors or outdoor settings. He is best described as a Decorative Impressionist. The term Decorative Impressionism was coined in 1911 by the art writer Christian Brinton to describe the work of Miller’s friend and Givery colleague Frederick Friseke, but it accurately describes the art of several members of the Giverny colony. Miller grew up in St. Louis, studied in Paris, and then settled in Giverny. Upon his return to America, he settled briefly in Pasadena, California and then in the art colony of Provincetown, Massachusetts, where he remained for the rest of his life. Miller was a member of the National Academy of Design in New York and an award winning painter in his era, honored in both France and Italy, and a winner of France’s Legion of Honor. Over the past several decades, he has been the subject of a retrospective exhibition and his work has been reproduced extensively in exhibition catalogs and featured in a number of books on American Impressionism.
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Carl Spitzweg (February 5, 1808 - September 23, 1885) was a German romanticist painter and poet. He is considered to be one of the most important artists of the Biedermeier era.
He was born in Unterpfaffenhofen as the second of three sons of Franziska and Simon Spitzweg. His father, a wealthy merchant, had Carl trained as a pharmacist. He attained his qualification from the University of Munich, but while recovering from an illness he also took up painting. Spitzweg was self-taught as an artist, and began by copying the works of Flemish masters. He contributed his first work to satiric magazines. Upon receiving an inheritance in 1833, he was able to dedicate himself to painting.
Later, Spitzweg visited European art centers, studying the works of various artists and refining his technique and style; he visited Prague, Venice, Paris, London, and Belgium. His later paintings and drawings are often humorous genre works. Many of his paintings depict sharply characterized eccentrics, for example The Bookworm (1850) and The Hypochondriac (c. 1865, in the Neue Pinakothek, Munich).
His paintings inspired the musical comedy Das kleine Hofkonzert by Edmund Nick. He is buried in the Alter Südfriedhof in Munich.
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Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin (2 November 1699 - 6 December 1779) was an 18th-century French painter. He is considered a master of still life, and is also noted for his genre paintings which depict kitchen maids, children, and domestic activities. Carefully balanced composition, soft diffusion of light, and granular impasto characterize his work.
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View of Auvers
View of Saintes-Maries
View of Vessenots Near Auvers
Village Street and Steps in Auvers with Two Figures
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Wild Flowers and Thistles in a Vase
Vase with Zinnias and Other Flowers
Vase with Red Poppies
Vase with Poppies, Cornflowers, Peonies and Chrysanthemums
Jean-Léon Gérôme (11 May 1824 – 10 January 1904) was a French painter and sculptor in the style now known as Academicism. The range of his oeuvre included historical painting, Greek mythology, Orientalism, portraits and other subjects, bringing the Academic painting tradition to an artistic climax.
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Two Women at Turkish Bath
View of Paestum
The Reception of the Siamese Ambassadors at Fontainebleau
The Virgin, the Infant Jesus and St John
Tiger on the Watch 1
The Colossus of Memnon
The Pyrrhic Dance
Aureliano de Beruete y Moret was a Spanish painter active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was born in Madrid and spent most of his life there, though he traveled widely. Beruete started out to be a lawyer, earned his doctorate, but at the same time studied painting with Carlos Múgica. He initially embarked on a career as a politician and became a member of of Parliment, not a career normally thought of as a cross over with painting (Winston Churchill notwithstanding), but eventually choose the artistic path and studied with Martin Rico and Carlos de Haes at Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid. Martin Rico was one of the Spanish precursors of Impressionism, and picked up some of the same influences as the French Impressionists through time spent with the Barbizon painters; and Carlos de Haes played a major role in bringing the Impressionist passion for plein air painting to Spain. They both undoubtedly had an impact on their student Beruete, who became one of the most significant Spanish exponents of the Impressionist characteristics of open brushwork and location landscape painting. His palette was a bit darker, however, and he always showed the influence of great Spanish masters of the past, including Diego Velázquez, about whom he assembled the first catalogue raisonné. Beruete was friends with the amazing painter Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (who painted a portrait of Beruet), though he never fully adopted his friend’s brighter palette. Both get labeled as “Spanish Impressionists”, but neither were adherents of the French painters’ theories, nor did they feel compelled to abandon academic traditions as did their French counterparts.
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Vista Toledo Des Los Cigarrales
Vista Cuenca Des La Hoz Del Jucar
The Banks Of The Ega
Vacas En Las Tapias Del Pardo
Robert Lewis Reid (July 29, 1862 – December 2, 1929) was an American impressionist painter and muralist. Reid was born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts and attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, where he was also later an instructor. In 1884 he moved to New York City, studying at the Art Students League, and in 1885 he went to Paris to study at the Académie Julian. Upon returning to New York in 1889, he worked as a portraitist and later became an instructor at the Art Students League and Cooper Union. Much of his work centered on the depiction of young women set among flowers. His work tended to be very decorative. In 1897, Reid was a member of the Ten American Painters, who seceded from the Society of American Artists. Around the turn of the century, Reid worked on several mural projects and when he returned to paintings, around 1905, his work was more naturalistic, even though his palette trended toward soft pastels. He died in Clifton Springs, New York.
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A Summer Girl
Blue And Yellow
Girl In Blue Kimono
Girl With Flowers
A Woodland Stream
August Macke (3 January 1887 – 26 September 1914) was one of the leading members of the German Expressionist group Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider). He lived during a particularly innovative time for German art which saw the development of the main German Expressionist movements as well as the arrival of the successive avant-garde movements which were forming in the rest of Europe. Like a true artist of his time, Macke knew how to integrate into his painting the elements of the avant-garde which most interested him.
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Big Zoo, triptych (1913)
Couple at the garden table (1914)
Courtyard of the villa in St. Germain (1914)
Garden on Lake Thun