Childe Hassam: Poppies, Isles of Shoals, Poster

About the Artist

A prolific and industrious artist, Childe Hassam (1859–1935) produced numerous scenes of both the city and the countryside. Many of his early street scenes of Boston, Paris, and New York, with their reflections of wet pavement or of gaslight on the snow, evidenced a wonderful talent for capturing the effects of light and atmosphere. For over two decades, Hassam spent his summers painting in locations throughout New England, where he produced some of his best-known images. Of the American impressionists, Hassam was among those whose work most closely followed that of their French colleagues.

Childe Hassam: Poppies, Isles of Shoals, Poster

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Enjoy oceanfront views wherever you are with this poster reproduction of Childe Hassam's Poppies, Isles of Shoals (1891) from the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Art. This view, centered on an outcropping called Babb's Rock, was one of Hassam's favorites, for he painted it many times.
  • 24 x 28 inches (image: 20 x 24 inches)

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