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Sanford Robinson Gifford Night Bivouac of the Seventh Regiment New York at Arlington Heights,Virginia oil painting


Night Bivouac of the Seventh Regiment New York at Arlington Heights,Virginia
Painting ID::  49276
Sanford Robinson Gifford
Night Bivouac of the Seventh Regiment New York at Arlington Heights,Virginia
mk195 1861 Oil on canvas 18x30

   
   
     

Sanford Robinson Gifford Hunter Mountain Twillight oil painting


Hunter Mountain Twillight
Painting ID::  50530
Sanford Robinson Gifford
Hunter Mountain Twillight
mk212 1866 Oil on canvas 77.8x137.5cm

   
   
     

Sanford Robinson Gifford A Gorge in the Mountains oil painting


A Gorge in the Mountains
Painting ID::  51438
Sanford Robinson Gifford
A Gorge in the Mountains
mk218 1862 Oil on canvas 121.9x101.3cm

   
   
     

Sanford Robinson Gifford Tombs of the Mameluks oil painting


Tombs of the Mameluks
Painting ID::  66449
Sanford Robinson Gifford
Tombs of the Mameluks
19th century Oil on canvas 30.5 x 66 cm

   
   
     

Sanford Robinson Gifford Landscape oil painting


Landscape
Painting ID::  72996
Sanford Robinson Gifford
Landscape
"Landscape," oil on canvas, by the American artist Sanford Robinson Gifford. 9 3/4 in. x 15 5/8 in. Yale University Art Gallery, gift of Teresa Heinz in memory of her husband H. John Heinz III, B.A. 1960. Courtesy of Yale University, New Haven, Conn. cjr

   
   
     

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     Sanford Robinson Gifford
     1823-1880 Sanford Robinson Gifford (July 10, 1823 ?C August 29, 1880) was an American landscape painter and one of the leading members of the Hudson River School. Gifford's landscapes are known for their emphasis on light and soft atmospheric effects, and he is regarded as a practitioner of Luminism, an offshoot style of the Hudson River School. Returning to his studio in New York City, Gifford painted numerous major landscapes from scenes he recorded on his travels. Gifford's method of creating a work of art was similar to other Hudson River School artists. He would first sketch rough, small works in oil paint from his sketchbook pencil drawings. Those scenes he most favored he then developed into small, finished paintings, then into larger, finished paintings.

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