Analysis Of Edmund Charles Tarbell's In The Orchard

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Edmund Charles Tarbell was an American Impressionist painter, and the painting entitled “In the Orchard” (1891) established his reputation as an Impressionist painter. His works can be found in approximately nine different museums. Edmund Charles was born in West Groton, Massachusetts on April 26, 1862, around the time of the American Civil War. Edmund Whitney Tarbell, Edmund Charles’s father, passed away in 1863 from the typhoid fever that he contracted during the war, causing Edmund Charles’s mother to remarry, and Edmund Charles and his sister left to be raised by their paternal grandparents in Groton. As Edmund Charles grew up, he would attend several classes pertaining to art, which led him to his academic career as an American Impressionist
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