Landscapes Through Time

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The American Impressionists at The Lieutenant River, CT

Landscapes Through Time
David explores the connection between French Impressionism and its transplantation to America, at Old Lyme, Connecticut, originally called the American Giverny. After painter Henry Ward Ranger visited the town in 1899 and founded the Old Lyme Art Colony the following year, several tonalist and impressionist painters were drawn to the area.

Duration : 26 mins

Producer : SimmonsArt Inc.

Production year : 2008

Production country : United States

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