cavetocanvas: c 1895 Maurice Prendergast (American Post-Impressionist, 1858-1924) ~ The Ocean Palace

cavetocanvas: c 1895 Maurice Prendergast (American Post-Impressionist, 1858-1924) ~ The Ocean Palace

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poboh: 1895 Maurice Prendergast (Canadian/American Impressionist, 1858-1924) ~The Tuileries Gardens

poboh: 1895 Maurice Prendergast (Canadian/American Impressionist, 1858-1924) ~The Tuileries Gardens

fleurdulys: 1899 Maurice Prendergast (American Post-Impressionist; 1858-1924) ~ Venetian Canal Scene

fleurdulys: 1899 Maurice Prendergast (American Post-Impressionist; 1858-1924) ~ Venetian Canal Scene

poboh: 1892-4 Maurice Prendergast (Canadian/American Impressionist, 1858-1924) ~ Along the Seine

poboh: 1892-4 Maurice Prendergast (Canadian/American Impressionist, 1858-1924) ~ Along the Seine

guinilde: Maurice Prendergast (American 1858-1924) ~ In the Park

guinilde: Maurice Prendergast (American 1858-1924) ~ In the Park

stilllifequickheart: 1910-13 Maurice Prendergast (American 1858-1924) ~ Flowers in a Blue Vase

stilllifequickheart: 1910-13 Maurice Prendergast (American 1858-1924) ~ Flowers in a Blue Vase

missfolly: 1898-9 Maurice Prendergast (American 1858-1924) ~ The Grand Canal, Venice

missfolly: 1898-9 Maurice Prendergast (American 1858-1924) ~ The Grand Canal, Venice

missfolly: ca 1907 Maurice Prendergast (American 1858-1924) ~ Crescent Beach (also known as “Crescent Beach, St. Malo”)

missfolly: ca 1907 Maurice Prendergast (American 1858-1924) ~ Crescent Beach (also known as “Crescent Beach, St. Malo”)

worldpaintings: 1899 Maurice Prendergast ~ Umbrellas in the Rain, Venice, 35.4x53 cm, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Maurice Brazil Prendergast was a U.S. Post-Impressionist artist who worked in oil, watercolor, and monotype. He developed a highly personal style, with boldly contrasting, jewel-like colors, and flattened, patternlike forms rhythmically arranged on a canvas.
Forms were radically simplified and presented in flat areas of bright, unmodulated color. His paintings have been aptly described as tapestry-like or resembling mosaics. A trip to Venice in 1898 exposed him to the delightful genre scenes of Vittore Carpaccio and encouraged him toward even more complex and rhythmic arrangements.

worldpaintings: 1899 Maurice Prendergast ~ Umbrellas in the RainVenice, 35.4x53 cm, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Maurice Brazil Prendergast was a U.S. Post-Impressionist artist who worked in oil, watercolor, and monotype. He developed a highly personal style, with boldly contrasting, jewel-like colors, and flattened, patternlike forms rhythmically arranged on a canvas.

Forms were radically simplified and presented in flat areas of bright, unmodulated color. His paintings have been aptly described as tapestry-like or resembling mosaics. A trip to Venice in 1898 exposed him to the delightful genre scenes of Vittore Carpaccio and encouraged him toward even more complex and rhythmic arrangements.

lemusee: 1896 Maurice Prendergast ~ Viewing the Ships

lemusee: 1896 Maurice Prendergast ~ Viewing the Ships

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Courtyard Scene, Siena by Maurice Prendergast

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Courtyard Scene, Siena by Maurice Prendergast

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Monte Pincio Rome, Maurice Prendergast

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Monte Pincio Rome, Maurice Prendergast

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St. Mark-s Venice, Maurice Prendergast

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St. Mark-s Venice, Maurice Prendergast

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The Grand Canal, Venice by Maurice Prendergast

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The Grand Canal, Venice by Maurice Prendergast

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Lady on the Boulevard (The Green Cape), Maurice Prendergast

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Lady on the Boulevard (The Green Cape), Maurice Prendergast