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Albert Bierstadt and a British Physicist

When Fine Art Investigations celebrated the birth of Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902) on January 7, we learned that the subject of one of  his few, if not only, extant portrait by Albert Bierstadt was of John Tyndall (1820-1893) .  Tyndall was a physicist and Darwinian … Continue reading

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Placing Paintings: Tombolos and Albert Bierstadt III

This is the third post in Kathleen Sayce’s discussion of Albert Bierstadt’s painting, Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast. Be sure to read parts one and two. Part III Upriver, there are a number of basalt cliffs that look somewhat similar … Continue reading

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Placing Paintings: Tombolos and Albert Bierstadt II

In this post, Kathleen Sayce continues her discussion of Albert Bierstadt’s painting, Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast. Read the first part here. Part II As Junker explains in some detail, Bierstadt had been in California painting deep romantic landscapes … Continue reading

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Placing Paintings: Tombolos and Albert Bierstadt I

This is the first of three posts by Kathleen Sayce on “Tombolos and Albert Bierstadt.”  The art detectives at Fine Art Investigations have a special interest in Albert Bierstadt and are currently working on several projects dealing with the artist’s … Continue reading

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