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American, born August 31, 1879 in Newtownville, Mass. American, known to have entered Bermuda in 1944 where he painted in St. He was one of the artists earlier employed during the Great Depression to paint American and American-interest scenes.

The inner turmoil he suffered is well documented in the paintings themselves, but the underlying causes of his distress have been less understood. From Massachusetts, he featured prominently in the Masterworks Bermudiana book (pages 178-181) edited by the late Patricia Calnan. His small post impressionist paintings "Catching Bait off St.

These causes have been revealed for the first time in recently unsealed diaries from the AGO Archival Collection and letters from Bush to the influential New York critic Clement Greenberg, which are held by the Smithsonian Institution. George's" and "Ships Rounding Spanish Point" both of about 1932, were on the market in Bermuda in 2000 for $4,500 each. Born in Dewsbury, he emigrated to New York City where friends from the Art Students League encouraged him, age 23, to paint at Old Lyme, Connecticut.

During that time he painted both US military base construction and, on a lighter social note, civilian-related scenes.

He is known to have completed at least nine paintings, one of which, his 1942 painting of Front Street, Hamilton, is shown below.

Military artists were sent from Britain to militarily sensitive Bermuda during the 1800's, especially in the aftermath of the US War of Independence and particularly War of 1812 to 1814 when Bermuda had been a principal British base for British Army and Royal Navy land and sea forces that attacked Washington DC and burnt the White House.

There was also the US Civil War, during which Bermuda, for openly siding with the Southern States, feared post-war retribution or invasion. Hallewell, Flag Captain Sir Michael Seymour and Lieutenant General Gaspard Le Merchant Tupper (one of whose many Bermuda works is "The Admiral Going to Sea").

Artist, architect, film designer, illustrator, interior designer and in later life author of a children's book. Well-known for his impressionist landscapes and seascapes. in 1955 and carried out a number of mural commissions. His oil painting of chimneys at Taylor House on Pilot Darrell Square in St. He participated in many local art exhibitions, up until the 1940s. Some portraits are on display in the Bermuda Historical Society Museum.

Once, his pen and ink sketches of Bermuda forts and other places for Bermuda Tourism were much in use in tourist-oriented publications. Left Bermuda in about 2001 to return to the UK where he had family. A frequent 19th and 20th century visitor to Bermuda. A prolific watercolorist who worked in Bermuda from about 1900 onward. Most of his paintings depicted the South Shore of Bermuda but the one below shows a Bermuda cottage. Arrived in Montreal in 1908, studied in Paris with Maurice Denis and Paul Serusier; in Switzerland with his uncle, Ernest Bieler (fresco painting); and at the Art Students League, New York, with Eugene Speicher and George Bellows. One of his Bermuda portraits, of Mrs Harvey, is shown below. A painter whose landscape and genre paintings reflected his childhood near Cos Cob, Connecticut, Daniel Brinley remained active in his native state where he was one of the key figures of the Silvermine Guild of Artists.

Many of the artists, who flocked there from around the United States, stayed initially in the boarding house of Miss Florence Griswold, but during the winter months when painting outdoors was impractical, some travelled on to Bermuda, so as to continue their artworks. It is known that several later stayed at Gooseneck Cottage, near Somerset Bridge.

Albert Gleizes, Marsden Hartley, Charles Hawthorne, Harry Hoffman, Winslow Homer, Edward K. Thanks primarily to the efforts of former New Yorkers Fay and Geoffrey Elliott who moved to Bermuda in 1989 and have spent lavishly abroad to acquire an extensive collection of their works in particular - and bring them back to Bermuda - we know a lot now of the military artists shown below.

The British artists were sent to paint and thereby record vivid scenes of Bermuda as it underwent these changes. It was a special period in Bermuda's tourism from the 1860s, when a number of visitors, being artists, used their time in mostly the winter months in the very pleasant winter months compared to the snow and ice of much of the USA, Canada, the UK and Europe. Most were of the school of American impressionism, especially the Old Lyme School.