Inlet, Upper Hudson -David Johnson (NY, 1827-1908)

David Johnson’s (1827-1908) signature works can be found at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Johnson’s works are usually small in format, tightly painted, delicately handled and richly coloured. Based on copious preliminary drawings and studies of specific trees in their natural environment, his paintings are accurate and inviting representations of Northeastern scenery and exquisite examples of the style that is now called Luminism.

His work ‘Inlet, Upper Hudson’, depicts figures washing clothes at river side. Canvas 13″ x 17″, with frame 20.5″ x 24.5″.

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