Edmund Charles Tarbell (April 26, 1862 - August 1, 1938) - American impressionist painter.
He was a member of the "Ten American artists. Tarbell was born in West Groton, Massachusetts, the son of immigrants from England in 1862. His father, Edmund Tarbell Whitney, died in 1863 of typhoid fever. His mother, Mary Fernald Sophia married David Frank Hartford and moved to Milwaukee, leaving Tarbella and his sister Nellie Sophia foster their parents in Groton. Tarbell took lessons in art at night school of Arts, George H. Bartlett in Massachusetts. Between 1877 and 1880, he worked for Forbes lithographic company in Boston. In 1879, Charles Tarbell entered the school at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Here he met two future members of the "Ten American artists - Robert Reid and Frank Weston Benson. With talent, Tarbellu was invited to continue his studies in Paris. Thus, in 1883, he entered the academy under the guidance Bulangera Juliana and Jules-Joseph Lefebvre. In Paris, he held scientific training, which invariably involves copying old masters' paintings in the Louvre, but the movement of Impressionism had already declared itself in radical urban galleries. This duality has left its mark on his work. In 1884godu Tarbell for training makes Grand Tour of Italy, and the next year traveling to Italy, Belgium, Germany and Brittany. Tarbell returned to Boston in 1886, earning a living as an illustrator and giving private lessons. In 1889, Tarbell was appointed his former mentor, Otto Gryundmanna in school at an art museum in Boston, where he was a popular teacher. He gave his students a solid academic background - before they learned to draw, they had to make some plaster casts of classical statues. Thus, its influence on painting in Boston is widespread, and his followers were called "Tarbellisty. In 1891 painting titled "Garden" has created his well-deserved reputation as an artist. Many still consider this work schedevrom. Tarbell became famous thanks to impression that emerges from the rich images in his landscapes. In his later works visible impact Johannes Vermeyera. Throughout creativity his wife and children became his most convenient models. Tarbell's paintings display a chronicle of his life. He also painted portraits of many prominent figures of his time, including the industrialist Henry Clay Frick, the president of Yale University Timothy Dwight, and U.S. President Woodrow Wilson. Tarbella paintings hang in many American art collections and museums, including the White House.
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