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WALTER EMERSON BAUM (American 1884-1956) Oil on

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WALTER EMERSON BAUM (American 1884-1956) Oil on canvas 16 x 20 in. Winter scene, titled "Sleet Storm/Bucks County". Signed l.r.; written on verso "owned by Philip R. Young/3-23-71". (Young was nephew of the artist).

WALTER EMERSON BAUM (Sellersville, Pennsylvania, 1884-1956) Walter Emerson Baum, born in Sellersville, Pennsylvania, is one of the few New Hope Impressionists actually born in Bucks County. Widely celebrated for his Impressionist snow scenes in the tradition of Edward Redfield and Walter Schofield, high-style was bold and painterly. Many of his canvases were painted using the plein-air style. Walter Emerson Baum captured the now largely developed Pennsylvania countryside and farmland. He also depicted the charm of Main Street America. He was an extremely prolific painter and today his works are among the most sought after paintings in the New Hope Impressionist School. Baum attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts from 1905 to 1906. He was awarded over thirty prizes and awards from 1918 to 1957, including the Jennie Sesnan Gold Medal at the PAFA in 1925. Not only revered as a fine painter, Baum was a writer for the Sellersville Herald and the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, where he was an art editor and wrote hundreds of newspaper articles in his career. Baum was a major force in the Lehigh valley art world, as a teacher and founder of the Allentown Art Museum and the Baum School of Art. Today his paintings hang in many major museums, including the Michener Art Museum, PAFA, Philadelphia Museum of Art, National Academy of Design, the Allentown Art Museum and Woodmere Art Museum.149
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WALTER EMERSON BAUM (American 1884-1956) Oil on canvas 16 x 20 in. Winter scene, titled "Sleet Storm/Bucks County". Signed l.r.; written on verso "owned by Philip R. Young/3-23-71". (Young was nephew of the artist).

WALTER EMERSON BAUM (Sellersville, Pennsylvania, 1884-1956) Walter Emerson Baum, born in Sellersville, Pennsylvania, is one of the few New Hope Impressionists actually born in Bucks County. Widely celebrated for his Impressionist snow scenes in the tradition of Edward Redfield and Walter Schofield, high-style was bold and painterly. Many of his canvases were painted using the plein-air style. Walter Emerson Baum captured the now largely developed Pennsylvania countryside and farmland. He also depicted the charm of Main Street America. He was an extremely prolific painter and today his works are among the most sought after paintings in the New Hope Impressionist School. Baum attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts from 1905 to 1906. He was awarded over thirty prizes and awards from 1918 to 1957, including the Jennie Sesnan Gold Medal at the PAFA in 1925. Not only revered as a fine painter, Baum was a writer for the Sellersville Herald and the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, where he was an art editor and wrote hundreds of newspaper articles in his career. Baum was a major force in the Lehigh valley art world, as a teacher and founder of the Allentown Art Museum and the Baum School of Art. Today his paintings hang in many major museums, including the Michener Art Museum, PAFA, Philadelphia Museum of Art, National Academy of Design, the Allentown Art Museum and Woodmere Art Museum.149

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