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RE: Seasonal Art

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From: Hillmer, Jan (hillmjan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Jul 29 2003 - 19:15:40 PDT


Oh - and don't forget Winslow Homer. If you live up north, You might try Tom Thomson, a Canadian artist. www.TomThomson.org He's one of the 'Group of Seven' major Canadian Artists. Sort of Impressionistic landscapes. Land I once visited and loved.
Jan

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        Edward Hopper sailboats would be great for summer. Grandma Moses would
        be great for winter or any season. The Monet of the woman with the
        umbrella in a field of flowers looks pretty summery. Monet also did
        some of his haystacks in winter, didn't he?
        
        Linda
        
        
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