AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

William Morris Hunt (1824 – 1879)

Posted by L. A. on February 15, 2014


Girl Reading

Girl Reading

Girl With Cat

Girl With Cat

Marguerite

Marguerite

The Drummer Boy

The Drummer Boy
The Spouting Whale

The Spouting Whale

Study Of A Female Head

Study Of A Female Head

Man Wearing A Red Fez

Man Wearing A Red Fez

The Rapids, Sister Island, Niagara

The Rapids, Sister Island, Niagara

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

The Gleaner

The Gleaner

Ophelia

Ophelia

Hamlet

Hamlet

View Of The Ames Family Home

View Of The Ames Family Home

Beach Scene With Horses

Beach Scene With Horses

The Promised Land

The Promised Land

Coolidge Girl

Coolidge Girl

The Bathers

The Bathers

Young Woman On A Balcony

Young Woman On A Balcony

Spanish Boy

Spanish Boy

Landscape

Landscape

Ideal Head

Ideal Head

Portrait Of A Lady

Portrait Of A Lady

The Snow Storm

The Snow Storm

A Country Lane

A Country Lane

A Young Woman With A Guitar

A Young Woman With A Guitar

Félix Régamey

Félix Régamey

Mother And Child

Mother And Child

Morris Hunt, The Artist's Son

Morris Hunt, The Artist’s Son

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

Mrs. William Morris Hunt (Louise Dumaresq Perkins)

Mrs. William Morris Hunt (Louise Dumaresq Perkins)

Landscape - Lake Scene

Landscape – Lake Scene

Hurdy-Gurdy Boy

Hurdy-Gurdy Boy

Violet Girl

Violet Girl

Stag In The Moonlight

Stag In The Moonlight

to be continued

7 Responses to “William Morris Hunt (1824 – 1879)”

  1. Geraint Jones said

    Guinevere is by the English writer/designer William Morris – it’s his only finished painting.

  2. Don Hyde said

    Great stuff…..

  3. Vincenzo said

    Great artist! You see that he worked in the period of transition between Romanticism and Impressionism. From his manner of painting seems to me to note an influence of the style of the great masters of French Romanticism, as Gericault and Delacroix, and at the same time, some of his paintings, in the style, very reminiscent of the painting of Eduard Manet. Or am I wrong?

  4. simhasn said

    Another revelation of the lineage of great artists from US. Thoroughly enjoyed.
    Look forward to your feeds.

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