Winter Glow by Walter Launt Palmer was created in 1892. The painting is in private collection. The size of the work 45,7 x 30,5 cm and is made of watercolor and gouache on paper.
About the Artist: American Impressionist painter Walter Launt Palmer was born in Albany, New York. Palmer began his formal artistic training under portrait painter Charles Loring Elliott, but it was Church, the period’s premier landscape artist, who later tutored the young Palmer in landscape painting. In 1873, Palmer made one of many trips abroad in order to work with Carolus-Duran. It was at this time that he met one of Carolus-Duran’s other young students, John Singer Sargent… read more
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