John Singer Sargent, Portrait of Count Albert de Belleroche, oil on canvas.
Mrs. A.E. Carlton Purchase Fund
|The Donald C. and Elizabeth M. Dickinson
The work in this gallery spans the 19th and 20th centuries. In this era, American artists held fast to purely American subject matter, but began to adopt new painting techniques derived from European precedents, especially Impressionism. Recognizable American personalities like Elsie Palmer, daughter of General William Palmer, places like Garden of the Gods, and scenes of American labor and spirituality were rendered with vibrant colors and ever-loosening brushstrokes.
Many of these paintings were created by artists of the
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