Homer Dodge Martin (1836-1897)

Born in 1836, Homer Dodge Martin was an American landscape painter that created work that lived somewhere between the Hudson River School and Impressionism. Initially painting in the Hudson River School Style, he began to omit details and create paintings with more freedom, vibrant colors, loose contours and a painterly technique. He painted in New York at the Tenth Street Studio, traveled through Europe where he was influenced by the great works of Claude Monet, and eventually settled in Minnesota, where he died in 1897. During the years of his failing health and near blindness, he was productive and painted scenes that became more abstract and even painted many from memory.

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