Clarence Raymond Johnson
(1894 - 1981)
Clarence Raymond Johnson was active/lived in Pennsylvania, California, Ohio. Clarence Johnson is known for wooded landscape painting.
Biography Clarence Raymond Johnson
Clarence Raymond Johnson (1894-1981), from Pennsylvania, painted the rural landscape with an Impressionist style and subjects focused on nature. He often selected a high vantage point for his paintings, with foreground clusters of trees and houses below, leading to extensive vistas of distant hills and sky.
His color is rich with unexpected combinations of relatively high-key, atmospheric pastel shades. His forms have a rounded solidity (with just a subtle hint of Cezanne) and are more characteristic of American painting than the French Impressionist landscape painting of Monet and Renoir.
"Summer Landscape", oil, 36 x 40, typifies Johnson's depiction of nature with airy, three-dimensional appearing forms of foreground trees,
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