An ode to artistic friendship and the serendipity of plein-air cityscape painting.
For Walter Liedtke, it was imperative to humanize rather than deify artists.
Welliver's palette, devoid of earth tones, was chosen to suggest the presence of air and to create an image that would parallel, rather than replicate, the luminosity of nature.
The Art Students League of New York is inextricably connected to the history of Old Lyme, Connecticut.
Drawing is an act of interpretation informed by purpose, study, experience, intuition, and knowing one’s craft.