(1843 - 1924)
William Sartain was active/lived in New York. William Sartain is known for landscape, coastal view and figure painter, educator.
Biography William Sartain
Landscape painter William Sartain, in 1877, was known primarily for his
Tonalist paintings, especially scenes of the tidal wetlands of
Nonquitt, Massachusetts, where he spent many summers, and along the
Manasquam River in New Jersey, where he often traveled on weekends.
He helped found the Society of
American Artists. While Sartain evolved to broadly handled,
painterly landscapes of coastal subject matter, his early work included
canal and street scenes of Venice and Algiers. Despite modest
sales, his dealer was the well-known William MacBeth of New York
City. Exhibition venues included the Brooklyn Art Association,
Pennsylvania Academy, the National Academy of Design and the Boston Art
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