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Landscapes of Martin Johnson Heade. (1819 - 1904).
Hudson River School.

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Landscapes of Martin Johnson Heade. (1819 - 1904).

Painter of the Hudson river school , Martin Johnson Heade as well represents landscapes, still lifes and tropical paintings with hummingbirds and orchid. Martin Johnson Heade is regarded as a painter luminist. He grants much importance to the quality of light. The painter seeks rare atmospheres, with the rising or laying down sun. At the edge of water or in the countryside. The colors draw either towards orange or towards the pink. There are light effects, sun rays between the clouds come to strike the ground. The landscapes are imposing like often in the painters Hudson River. The artist watches for the rare moments, those when the sun appears or disappears where the storm made fall the flash and it fixes these moments in a realistic way on its painting. Certain picture are comparable with photographs of others have almost unreal astonishing colors. 

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