It opened just a few days ago and you can enjoy it till the very end: the art exhibition ‘Paradise Found: Summer in California’ will close as late as September 20, truly at the end of summer.
It is a show featuring selected paintings from Californian Impressionists (period 1890-1930). The show will be in the Irvine Museum in Los Angeles, California.
Amongst them are:
- Louis Betts (1873-1961)
- Maurice Braun (1877-1941)
- John Frost (1890-1937)
- Guy Rose (1867-1925)
- Sam Hyde Harris (1889-1977)
- Anna Hills (1882-1930)
The Californian Impressionist Show In Context:
Paradise Found: Summer in California features a selection of paintings by California Impressionists that show various familiar views of California as they appeared nearly a century ago, before the great population growth of the late twentieth century.
Starting in the early 1900s, Southern California became a popular destination for impressionist and plein-air painters. A French expression, which means “in the open air,” plein-air is particularly used to describe the act of painting outdoors. The mild climate in California allowed for numerous opportunities to paint outdoors, and a rich variety of subject matter, ranging from expansive beaches, to snow-capped mountains, to desert, and to rolling hills, was within one day’s travel.
for more info: Irvinemuseum.org/paradisefound.html