Winfield Scott Clime
(1881 - 1958)
Winfield Scott Clime was active/lived in Connecticut. Winfield Clime is known for landscape and marine painting, etching, photographer.
Biography Winfield Scott Clime
Winfield Scott Clime, influenced by Impressionism, was a painter of anecdotal rural landscapes of country dwellings and rural activities. His "Winter Harvest", for example, depicts workers cutting ice blocks on a frozen pond to be stored in straw for use during the summer, as does "The Stone Mill Ice House". The former painting was exhibited in 2001 in the exhibition, "Painter's Paradise: A Land Distinctly Lyme", at the Florence Griswold Museum, in Old Lyme, Connecticut.
Clime was a co-founder of the Washington (D.C.) Society of Landscape Painters in 1913, one of the oldest artists' organizations in the Mid-Atlantic region. He and Charles Seaton met by chance while painting outdoors. By 1916, calling themselves the Ramblers, their nu
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