Henry Isaacs has been painting plein-air landscape all across the United States for close to thirty years. Born in 1951, Isaacs attended The Putney School in Vermont, the Rhode Island School of Design and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Isaacs began his art career studying the classical approach to painting and drawing, and received his H. Dip. F.A. in printmaking from the Slade School in 1982.
It did not take him long, though, to find his passion out of doors. "I paint and draw from what is in front of me," says Isaacs. "It's rare that I work on a landscape away from the actual site, or from the figure away from the model. My subjects are the hills, pastures, villages and towns of Vermont, the coasts of Main
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