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Jan 12, 1856 - Apr 14, 1925, was an American painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Colman Samuel 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
45350 Blick auf den Hudson Colman Samuel Blick auf den Hudson mk181 1865-69 Ol auf Leinwand 38x76.2cm
73788 Edge of Doom Colman Samuel Edge of Doom Date between 1836(1836) and 1838(1838) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 137.2 X 199.4 cm (54.02 X 78.5 in) cyf
31893 Storm King on the Hudson Colman Samuel Storm King on the Hudson mk77 1866 Oil on canvas 32 1/8x59 7/8in
38370 Storm King on the Hudson Colman Samuel Storm King on the Hudson mk136 Oil on canvas 1866
45238 Storm King Uber dem Hudson Colman Samuel Storm King Uber dem Hudson mk181 1866 Washington

Colman Samuel
American Hudson River School Painter , 1832-1920 was an American painter, interior designer, and writer, probably best remembered for his paintings of the Hudson River. Born in Portland, Maine, Colman moved to New York City with his family as a child. His father opened a bookstore, attracting a literate clientele that may have influenced Colman's artistic development. He is believed to have studied briefly under the Hudson River school painter Asher Durand, and he exhibited his first work at the National Academy of Design in 1850. By 1854 he had opened his own New York City studio. The following year he was elected an associate member of the National Academy, with full membership bestowed in 1862. His landscape paintings in the 1850s and 1860s were influenced by the Hudson River school, an example being Meadows and Wildflowers at Conway (1856) now in the collection of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College. He was also able to paint in a romantic style, which had become more fashionable after the Civil War. One of his best-known works, and one of the iconic images of Hudson River School art, is his Storm King on the Hudson (1866), now in the collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC. Colman was an inveterate traveler, and many of his works depict scenes from foreign cities and ports. He made his first trip abroad to France and Spain in 1860-1861, and returned for a more extensive four-year European tour in the early 1870s in which he spent much time in Mediterranean locales.
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