Edmund Charles Tarbell
(1862 - 1938)
Edmund Charles Tarbell was active/lived in Massachusetts, New Hampshire. Edmund Tarbell is known for upper-class female figure and portrait painting.
A leading Boston painter in the style of Impressionism, Edmund Tarbell was born in West Groton, Massachusetts, and raised in Boston where as a teacher at the Boston Museum School influenced a succeeding generation of Impressionists who became known as the Boston School. However, he always retained an element of realism in his work. His early paintings are most known for depictions of well-bred upper class women, fashionably dressed and at leisure, and his work was "among the most advanced in color and aesthetic of light of any American artist." (Gerdts 92).
However, as Tarbell moved into the 20th century, his palette became more conservative with less emphasis on color vibration and more on indoor figure arrangements with elegantly ... Displaying 750 of 11852 characters.