Joseph Rodefer DeCamp
(1858 - 1923)
Joseph Rodefer DeCamp was active/lived in Maine, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio. Joseph DeCamp is known for figure, portrait, landscape and marine painting.
Joseph Rodefer DeCamp, a native of Boston, was known for his figure paintings of women in interiors and in nude poses, portraits and some landscapes. His work reflected both realism and impressionism, and as an evolving impressionist he was one of the "The Ten", a group of ten American painters whose members with avant-garde ideas about painting styles and exhibitions rebelled against the more staid Society of American Artists. It is said that after his affiliation with The Ten and especially after spending time in Gloucester, summer of 1900, with Frank Duveneck and John Twachtman, De Camp became much more committed to Impressionism.
In 1875, at the age of seventeen, Joseph De Camp began his art career by studying in Munich under Fra ... Displaying 750 of 9175 characters.