An Artist and Amateur Scientist Who Painted Animal Camouflage and Angels

Before coming across an unusually calligraphic painting of a mountain, Williams College Museum of Art Curator Kevin Murphy considered the turn-of-the-century artist Abbott Handerson Thayer “a one slide guy,” a man known for portraits of placid angels, who in an art history class might get one

Source: An Artist and Amateur Scientist Who Painted Animal Camouflage and Angels

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Never having heard of Abbott Handerson Thayler, and finding his work so contemporary, and his ideas, to the last line of the article.  (click the link above for more.)

Not being held to one category, although mostly known by one, is something I find in common.

Feed your mind,

Andrea LaHue
aka Random Act

 

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