All Edmund Charles Tarbell 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
38210 Henry Clay Frick and Daughter Helen  Henry Clay Frick and Daughter Helen   mk29 c.1910 Oil on canvas 78.8x59cm The National Portrait Gallery
49465 In a Garden  In a Garden   mk196 1890
32030 In the Orchard  In the Orchard   mk77 1891 Oil on canvas 60 3/4x65 1/2in
60982 In the Orchard  In the Orchard   In the Orchard, 1891, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.
60989 Mother and Mary,  Mother and Mary,   Mother and Mary, 1922
60984 Preparing for the Matinee,  Preparing for the Matinee,   Preparing for the Matinee, 1907
60988 Schooling the Horses,  Schooling the Horses,   Schooling the Horses, 1902
74402 Sisters  Sisters   "The Sisters," oil on canvas, by the Massachusetts-born artist Edmund Tarbell. Courtesy of the Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina. cyf
44840 Three Sisters A Study in June Sunlight  Three Sisters A Study in June Sunlight   mk177 1890 Oil on canvas 35x40
54488 Three Sisters-A Study in june Sunlight  Three Sisters-A Study in june Sunlight   mk235 1890 oil on canvas
44824 Woman in Pink and Green  Woman in Pink and Green   mk177 1897 Oil on canvas 48x36
60986 Woman in White,  Woman in White,   Woman in White, c. 1890

Edmund Charles Tarbell
American Impressionist Painter, 1862-1938 American painter, illustrator and teacher. He attended drawing lessons at the Normal Art School, Boston, MA, and art classes with W. A. G. Claus. From 1877 to 1880 he was apprenticed to a lithographic company in Boston. In 1879 Tarbell entered the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of Otto Grundmann (1844-90), a former student of Baron Hendrik Leys in Antwerp. In 1883 Tarbell left for Paris with his fellow student Frank W. Benson. Both Tarbell and Benson attended the Acad?mie Julian, where they studied with Gustave Boulanger and Jules Lefebvre. They travelled to Italy in 1884 and to Italy, Belgium, Germany and Brittany the following year. Tarbell returned to Boston in 1886. Initially after his return, Tarbell made a living from magazine illustration, teaching privately and painting portraits. In 1889 Tarbell and Benson took Grundmann's place at the Museum School.

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