About the Artist
Martin Johnson Heade (1819–1904) had the longest career and produced perhaps the most varied body of work of any American painter of the 19th century. During the mid-1850s, Heade became interested in landscape, in which, along with still lifes, he soon began to specialize. In an era when it was rare for an artist to specialize in more than one type of painting, he stands out as one artist whose landscapes, marines, and still lifes are equally powerful.
Carry your passion for art with you wherever you go with this reusable tote featuring a detail from Martin Johnson Heade's Still Life with Orchid and Pair of Hummingbirds (c. 1890s). Heade became enthralled with the hummingbird during his travels to Brazil, and was determined to document the birds in an illustrated publication, The Gems of Brazil, which never came to fruition.
- 19.7 x 16.5 inches, 1.9 ounces
- Can hold up to 44 pounds
- Includes matching zipper pouch (4.3 x 4.5 inches)
- Water resistant