John Twachtman's The White Bridge

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The White bridge is an exquisitely beautiful oil painting created by “John Henry Twachtman”. This piece of art dimension is 30.32 inches wide * 30.32 inches high. Although the title of the painting is white bridge, the painting holds in it many of variety colors, that shows the spring in 1896, with the gradients of a green color, and tendency of rich and light brown color. During the late of the 18th century, John Twachtman purchased a farm near Greenwich, Connecticut. Then he began painting his piece of art, while his journey through his Connecticut property, and the white bridge is representation of Horseneck Brook. John Henry Twachtman, born August 4, 1853, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.—died August 8, 1902, Gloucester, Massachusetts, painter and etcher, one of the first American Impressionists. Twachtman went to Munich, Germany, in 1875 to study painting and adopted the broad brushwork and warm, dark colouring art.Then he moved to paris and during that period, he started to become an impressionist artist. In addition, Twachtman was one of the gilded age painters that were famous of using the luminists style; Art historians also, considered Twachtman style of impressionism to be among the more personal and experimental of his generation.…show more content…
In 1897, Twachtman became a founding member of the Ten American Painters (or "The Ten"), a group of artists who seceded from the Society of American Artists and exhibited together for the next twenty years. “The ten” group were united by their rejection of descriptive art in favor of more subjective, innovative interpretations of
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