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John H Twachtman (American, 1853-1902) 16.5x18 , O/B , signed lower left , "Horseneck Creek" , Depicting: creek and distant dwelling, winter , Inscribed: tag verso , Titled: "Horseneck Creek in Winter" Provenance: Purchased November, 1990, at Greenwich Auction Room, New York, NY, by Milton Gold, NJ, thence by descent to current seller Twachtman was a founding member of the "Ten American Painters", a group of primarily Impressionist painters who broke from the Society of American Artists. The work of his Greenwich Period, for which he is best known, was influenced by Impressionism and Tonalism, yet Twachtman's stylistic synthesis was unique. Often compared with Claude Monet and James McNeill Whistler, Twachtman developed an experimental technique and explored innovative compositional means to create subtle and poetic images that anticipated directions in twentieth-century abstract painting.

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John H Twachtman 16.5x18 O/B "Horseneck Creek"

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12232 Hancock Street
Carmel, IN 46032
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