Charles T. Phelan was active/lived in New York. Charles Phelan is known for landscape, animal.
Biography Charles Phelan
Charles T. Phelan was born in New York in 1840. Landscape painter and pupil of Frederick Rondel (1826-1892) who was best remembered as the teacher of Winslow Homer.
His almost impressionistic style mixed with the luministic approach captured the spontaneity of the moment, like a storm moving toward the front of his canvas. He seems to have been at the cutting edge of what would be called the Modern Movement.
The New York Historical Society, Dictionary of Artist in America
Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings, vol. III
National Academy of Design, New York City, 1880-1882
Roughton Galleries, Dallas, Texas
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