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Hassam, Frederick Childe, America 1859 to 1935 Oil Paintings
Childe (Frederick) Hassam was born in Dorchester, Massachusetts. He was instructed at the Boston Art School in Paris. Childe Hassam was the central American type of Impressionism. His essential target in the two of his paintings was to address daylight's belongings in rustic New England's city scenes and scenes. His paintings include July 14 Rue Daunon and Church at Gloucester, both in the Metropolitan Museum, New York City. Hassam is recalled fundamentally for the sparkling impacts that he accomplished.
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