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All Theodore Clement Steele 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
A June Idyll, Theodore Clement Steele
 A June Idyll   1887 Indianapolis Museum of Art
Berry Picker, Theodore Clement Steele
 Berry Picker   1894
Child with Flowers, Theodore Clement Steele
 Child with Flowers   1918
Cows by the Stream, Theodore Clement Steele
 Cows by the Stream   1895
June Glory, Theodore Clement Steele
 June Glory  
Morning by the Stream, Theodore Clement Steele
 Morning by the Stream   1893
November s Harmony, Theodore Clement Steele
 November s Harmony   1893
Portrait of Daisy, Theodore Clement Steele
 Portrait of Daisy   1892 Evansville Museum of Arts and Science
Street Scene, Theodore Clement Steele
 Street Scene   1896
Summer Days at Vernon, Theodore Clement Steele
 Summer Days at Vernon   1892
The Grist Mill, Theodore Clement Steele
 The Grist Mill   1901
The Poplars, Theodore Clement Steele
 The Poplars   1914
Tinker Place 1891, Theodore Clement Steele
 Tinker Place 1891  
Village Scene, Theodore Clement Steele
 Village Scene   1885
Woman on the Porch, Theodore Clement Steele
 Woman on the Porch   1899

Theodore Clement Steele
1847-1926 Theodore Clement Steele Galleries Theodore Clement Steele (September 11, 1847-July 24, 1926) was an American Impressionist painter known for his Indiana landscapes. Steele was born in Owen County, Indiana, and later moved to Indianapolis after study in Cincinnati, Chicago and Munich. He is considered to be the most important of the Hoosier Group of painters and his work is widely collected by museums and individuals. Steele earned his living primarily as a portrait painter and his portraits include one of notable Hoosier Poet James Whitcomb Riley and the official portraits of several Indiana governors. Steele exhibited at and was on the art selection for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in 1904 and was elected to the National Academy of Design in 1913. He enjoyed plein air, or outdoor, painting, which is reflected in many of the landscapes he painted. Steele went through a notable change in style after his return from Munich in 1885. Steele's work, which in the Munich time period sported drab colors and high contrasts, shifted towards a brighter, more vivid color palette after his return to Indiana. Upon T.C. Steele's return, his family lived in the Talbot House, or Tinker Mansion, which is at what is now 16th and Pennsylvania Streets in Indianapolis. In 1898, Steele and J. Ottis Adams bought a home in Brookville, Indiana, which they called "The Hermitage." Steele sold his interest in the home to Adams after the death of his first wife. He received an honorary master's degree from Wabash College in 1900 and an honorary doctorate from Indiana University in 1916.

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