Safety in Numbers

by Matthew Innis |

  In the American colony of painters in Giverny, France, there were strong beliefs that all work should be done directly from Nature, and that the subject of all paintings, no matter the objects filling the canvas, was always Light.  What this meant for the small community, which included artists such as Frederick Frieseke, Richard…

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