Ahlers & Ogletree Brings John Henry Twachtman’s Noteworthy Painting To AuctionJan 16, 2022 10:00 EST
John Henry Twachtman’s early works reflected the influence of the Munich Academy. His paintings feature an interplay of light and muted tones, often portraying landscape scenes. In 1883, he moved to Paris and studied at the Académie Julian. At this time, Twachtman became familiar with the Impressionist style and created some of the most popular works of his oeuvre. The artist began employing broad planes of grays and greens to paint simple yet suggestive pieces. An example of Twachtman’s later style will be a key highlight of Ahlers & Ogletree’s upcoming New Year’s Signature Estates – Session 3 sale. The piece shows a moonlit evening scene of a village covered in snow.
Luigi Frullini’s Italian Renaissance Revival secretary desk will also be available. Decorated with mythical scenes, the furniture piece shows Venus in her sea chariot holding a newborn in her arms. The background features foliate details. View more interesting lots and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
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