Edward Willis Redfield

(American, 1869 - 1965)

boothbay harbor by edward willis redfield

Edward Willis Redfield

Boothbay Harbor, 1904

Vendu

in port by edward willis redfield

Edward Willis Redfield

In Port, vers 1908

Prix sur demande

the studio garden - sold by edward willis redfield

Edward Willis Redfield

The Studio Garden - Sold

Vendu

winter sports by edward willis redfield

Edward Willis Redfield

Winter Sports

Prix sur demande

Biographie

Chronologie

1869
Born in Bridgeville, Delaware
1885
Attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art where he studied with Thomas Anshutz and
Thomas Hovendon and became close friends with Robert Henri
1889
Went to Paris to study in the ateliers of William Bouguereau and Tony Robert-Fleury at the Academie Julian
1898
Moved to New Hope, PA. His presence in the area attracted many younger artists to the region, making it a nucleus for the American Impressionism movement
1965
Died at the age of 96 in Center Bridge, Pennsylvania

Expositions

Permanent Collections:
Boston Museum of Art
Brooklyn Art Institute
Carnegie Institute
Chicago Art Institute
Corcoran Gallery
Los Angeles Museum
Metropolitan Museum of Art
National Gallery of Art
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art