37 Newtown Lane East Hampton, NY 11937 United States 516.547.8965
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$ 65,000

Untitled, Hudson River Scene

Origin United States
Period 1900-1919
Materials Oil on board
W. 29.5 in; H. 23.5 in;
W. 74.93 cm; H. 59.69 cm;
Condition Excellent. Beautifully framed
Creation Date c. 1915
Description A moody, tonalist landscape looking across the Hudson by French-American painter Leon Dabo, c. 1915. Note the hint of pink in the background and purple in the leaves as the sun sets.

Dabo enjoyed widespread acclaim in a career that stretched nearly a century. He was one of the primary students of Whistler and his work was a “virtual international style by 1910." He was an artist "who created works of decorative and spiritual abstraction that became icons of their age.” (David Cleveland, A History of American Tonalism).

Dabo is known especially for his early tonalist landscapes, sublime orientalist florals and later colorful explorations of the French countryside.

Dabo’s work is owned by just about every major museum--Met, MOMA, Musee d'Orsay, Jeu d'Paume, Brooklyn Museum, Montclair Museum, etc. Dabo’s work is featured prominently in the definitive work on American Tonalism by Cleveland.
Styles / Movements Barbizon/Tonalism, Impressionism
Incollect Reference Number 250215
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