Marsden Hartley's Maine
Marsden Hartley (1877-1943) was a well-traveled American modernist painter, poet, and essayist, but it is his life-long artistic engagement with his home state of Maine that defines his career. Maine served as a creative springboard, a locus of memory and longing, a refuge, and a means of communion with other artists, such as Winslow Homer, who painted there. This is the first book to look at the artist's complex relationship with the Pine Tree State, providing a nuanced understanding of Hartley's impressive range in over 80 works, from the early Post-Impressionist interpretations of seasonal change to the late depictions of Mount Katahdin, the most dramatic and enduring series in his oeuvre.00Exhibition: The Met Breuer, New York, USA (14.03-18.06.2017); Colby College Museum, Waterville, USA (18.07-12.11.2017)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Marsden Hartley, Maine, exhibition catalog, Maine artist, themes, motives
American Art and Architecture | American Studies | Art and Design | Art Practice | Arts and Humanities | Fine Arts | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Modern Art and Architecture | Painting
Cassidy, Donna M. Ph.D.; Finch, Elizabeth; and Griffey, Randall R., "Marsden Hartley's Maine" (2017). Faculty and Staff Books. 158.