John Appleton Brown
(1844 - 1902)
John Appleton Brown was active/lived in Massachusetts. John Brown is known for landscape, rural genre, animal.
John Appleton Brown, born in 1844 in Newburyport, Massachusetts, was an impressionist painter in oils and pastels of seascapes and landscapes.
In 1865 Brown left his birthplace and went to Boston. The following year he traveled to Europe where he began his artistic training with oils in Paris where he studied the old masters in the Louvre. Landscape painter Emile Lambinet had influence on his style, but Barbizon painters Corot and Daubigney's effect upon Brown would be more lasting.
Brown returned to Boston in 1868, and six years later married landscape painter Agnes Bartlett. In the fall of 1874, the couple returned to France where they painted at Ville d'Avray, Corot's home. Returning to Boston in 1875, he became friends wi ... Displaying 750 of 1981 characters.