A fine watercolor of a New England sunset landscape by American artist Ben (Benjamin) Foster (1852-1926). Foster was born in North Anson, Maine, attended the Art Students’ League in New York, studying under Abbott Thayer. He traveled to Paris with Leonard Ochtman and Charles Warren Eaton, exhibiting in the Paris Salon and painted in the French countryside, including Barbizon. Foster became known for his New England rural landscapes, and upon his death, was described as "the ideal type of artist . . . ardent in seeking deeper meanings, but indifferent to the casual and popular."
Watercolor on paper, signed lower left, and housed under glass in a carved decorative giltwood frame. Dimensions: 10 in h x 15.5 in w, sight; 16.25 in h x 21.5 in w, framed.
Ben (Benjamin) Foster Watercolor Painting, New England Sunset Landscape
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