(1867 - 1945)
Hermann Dudley Murphy was active/lived in Massachusetts. Hermann Murphy is known for tonalist landscape painter, still life, portrait.
A major figure in the Boston School style of painting and also as a
painter in the Tonalist style emanating from Barbizon, France, Herman
Murphy did a variety of subject matter beginning with portraits and
figure studies and later painting still lifes, seascapes and
landscapes. He was especially noted for his floral still lifes, a
subject he turned to in the 1920s, later in his career, and depicted
with Impressionist style, classical format, sculptural appearance of
featured subject, and decorative background patterning. Many of
these still lifes had images of exquisite Chinese porcelains, bronzes,
rugs, and antiques.
Murphy was born in Marlboro, Massachusetts
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