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Alfred Thompson Bricher

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1871–1877

Alfred Thompson Bricher (April 10, 1837 – September 30, 1908) was a painter associated with White Mountain art and the Hudson River School. Bricher was one of the last painters of the famed Hudson River School. By the end of his life, his style of painting that included landscapes and luminism fell out of style, with Modern Art becoming the premier artistic movement. As his style of art faded, so did his fame. Over time Bricher’s artwork gathered more attention and by the 1980s he began to be credited as one of the nineteenth century’s greatest maritime painters. A self-taught luminist, he explored the effects of light and how it reflected, refracted, and absorbed on landscapes and seascapes.

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Seascape, Undated
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Castle Rock, Marblehead, Undated
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On the Coast of Maine, Undated
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Cloudy Day, 1871
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Time and Tide, c.1873
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Seascape with Boats Offshore, Undated
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Castle Rock, Nahant, Massachusetts, 1877
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Grand Manan, Undated
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Two Ladies in a Rowboat, Undated
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Schooner Off Grand Manan Island, Undated
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A Quiet Day near Manchester, 1873
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On the Water, Undated
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Rocky Beach, Undated
Location: East Coast, USA
Movement: White Mountain Art, Hudson River School

Text: Wikipedia


Posted: April 2020
Category: Painting

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