Henry Ward Ranger. Tonalist Movement.

Impressed by the Barbizon School landscapes and a Corot he saw in New York, the young artist went to Paris where he was attracted to the works of Millet, Theodore Rousseau, and Adolphe Monticelli; neither the detailed manner of Bastien le Page nor the new Impressionism were of interest to him. Join the Pinterest. of Histoire […]

High Bridge, New York. 1905.

One of the prominent figures in America of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Ranger is considered a leader of the Tonaliste movement. Beginning in 1899, Ranger became a leading member of the artists’ colony at Old Lyme, Connecticut, where a group of painters influenced by the Barbizon and impressionist styles gathered in the […]