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Colorful Garden

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SKU
WMET0133
Specialty: Giclee on Matte Paper, Deckled and Floated on Mat, Framed in Shadowbox
  • Matte Paper
  • Deckled and Floated on Mat, Framed in Shadowbox
  • 41.5"w x 31.5"h
:
Image MC2329SUB1
MC2329SUB1
1″ x 2.13″
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Image B500
B500
2″

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Our Inspiration:The Artist’s Garden at Saint-Clair

Henri-Edmond Cross (Henri-Edmond Delacroix)
(French, 1856–1910)
Watercolor, 10 1/2 x 14 1/8 in., 1904–5
Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1948   48.10.7

The art of Henri-Edmond Cross belongs to the later years of Neo-Impressionism. It was not until he moved to Saint-Clair, a small hamlet on the Côte d’Azur near Saint-Tropez, that he turned to pure landscape painting in oil and watercolor, using a vivid palette of saturated colors. On the Mediterranean coast, Cross relaxed the rigorous optical arrangements of the Divisionist technique in favor of a painting style using long, blocky brush marks in decorative, mosaic-like patterns. Cross painted many radiant watercolors of his semitropical garden in Saint-Clair.

Colorful_Garden_48.10.7

Our Inspiration:The Artist’s Garden at Saint-Clair

Henri-Edmond Cross (Henri-Edmond Delacroix)
(French, 1856–1910)
Watercolor, 10 1/2 x 14 1/8 in., 1904–5
Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1948   48.10.7

The art of Henri-Edmond Cross belongs to the later years of Neo-Impressionism. It was not until he moved to Saint-Clair, a small hamlet on the Côte d’Azur near Saint-Tropez, that he turned to pure landscape painting in oil and watercolor, using a vivid palette of saturated colors. On the Mediterranean coast, Cross relaxed the rigorous optical arrangements of the Divisionist technique in favor of a painting style using long, blocky brush marks in decorative, mosaic-like patterns. Cross painted many radiant watercolors of his semitropical garden in Saint-Clair.