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by John La Farge
La Farge, John, 1835-1910. Japan - Description and travel. New York, Century Co.
La Farge, John, 1835-1910. Collection.
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Artists Letters from Japan book. First Published in 2001 .
On the cover of the letter which I mailed from our steamer I had but time to write: "We are coming in; it is like the picture books. We were in the great bay when I came up on deck in the early morning. The sea was smooth like the brilliant blank paper of the prints; a vast surface of water reflecting the light of the sky as if it were thicker air. Far-off streaks of blue light, like finest washes of the brush, determined distances.
An Artist's Letters from Japan (New York, 1897). The Great Masters (New York). John La Farge is a minor character in Anya Seton's novel The Hearth and Eagle, where he appears as a friend of the fictional artist Evan Redlake. Hokusai: a talk about Japanese painting (New York, 1897). The Higher Life in Art (New York, 1908). One Hundred Great Masterpieces. Reminiscences of the South Seas (1912). The Gospel Story in Art (New York, 1913). Letters from the South Seas (unpublished). Correspondence (unpublished). Notes and references.
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La Farge produced landscapes and figure compositions in the 1860s and was among the earliest American painters to. .His writings include Considerations on Painting (1895), An Artist’s Letters from Japan (1897), and The Higher Life in Art (1908).
La Farge produced landscapes and figure compositions in the 1860s and was among the earliest American painters to adopt the stylistic elements derived from progressive French landscape painting of the mid-19th century as well as from Japanese prints, which he collected. He took up mural painting in 1876 with a commission to decorate the interior of Trinity Church in Boston. His finest mural is the Ascension (1887), in the Church of the Ascension in New York City.
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