(1884 - 1965)
Winthrop Duthie Turney was active/lived in New York. Winthrop Turney is known for urban scenes, shipyard scene and still life painting.
Biography Winthrop Turney
Winthrop Duthie Turney is best described as a realist painter, although he was influenced by early-twentieth -century modernism through his expressive use of paint and vibrant color contrasts.
He was born in 1884 in New York City and received his formal training at the Art Students League. His teachers included George de Forest Brush, John Henry Twachtman, and Frank DuMond.
Turney painted his visual memoirs of the Erie Basin along the Brooklyn waterfront until 1911. He continued to explore urban themes such as modern cityscape and was often inspired by his friend, George Luks, a member of the realist group of painters known as The Eight (or Ashcan School).
Throughout the 1930s and 1940s he often used watercolor. He also
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