American artist Hassam (1859–1935), remembered mainly as an Impressionist, turned from painting to printmaking late in his career. The 94 representative etchings, drypoints, and lithographs in this handsome collection display the genteel urban middle class (primarily New York City), New England... read more
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American artist Hassam (1859–1935), remembered mainly as an Impressionist, turned from painting to printmaking late in his career. The 94 representative etchings, drypoints, and lithographs in this handsome collection display the genteel urban middle class (primarily New York City), New England waterfronts and harbors, and the artist's Long Island summer retreat.
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