The Poster Shop offers Potthast, Edward Henry
Edward Potthast educated in painting at the McMickin School of Design in Cincinnati, Potthast went to Antwerp, Munich, and Paris during the 1880s, and began producing colorful landscapes of French subjects. Potthast returned in late 1889 to Cincinnati. In 1896, he moved to New York and, after another extended trip to Europe, started fulfilling his early promise as an Impressionist painter. Potthast eliminated distracting details, and enhanced key elements. making your eye move from the foreground figure group, to the secondary bathers at the distant shoreline contrasting blocks of color became a specialty of Potthast's. The brushwork varies from the broken Impressionist strokes that highlight the colors of lavender in the sand to saturated blues of the blazers, water, and sky. After World War 1, Potthast increased his paintings as American Impressionist painting. He produced dozens of new compositions of seaside scenes of which you will find below.
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