George Henry (Hirst) Bogert
(1864 - 1944)
George Henry (Hirst) Bogert was active/lived in New York / France. George Bogert is known for landscape, marine-Venice views.
Born in New York City, George Henry Bogert (often confused with George Hirst Bogert 1864-1923) became known for landscapes, seascapes of Venice and urban subjects and is especially aligned with the style of Tonalism* and the Barbizon School* of painting.
In his signature work, he used "cool blue tones to achieve blurred form and soft half-light effects, further accentuated by the application of dense impasto." (Zellman 385). Much of this work seemed related to the popular turn-of-the-century soft focus photography.
In the early 1880s, he studied at the National Academy of Design* and then went to Paris where his teachers were Puvis de Chavannes, Raphael Collin and Aime Morot.
From 1884 to 1888, he spent fou ... Displaying 750 of 1723 characters.