John Earle Coolidge Landscape (Mountain Lake seen through Trees) P1434

Extremely accomplished landscape by the esteemedĀ California plein air artist John Coolidge, painted towards the end of his life. Loose and assured, and alive with the deep knowledge thatĀ a four decades of painting had given him, it evincesf a marvelous serenity. Oil on canvas, cleaned and restored, 24″ x 36 1/8″.

John Earle Coolidge [1882-1947]. Born in Carbondale, Pennsylvania, John Coolidge became a landscape painter and illustrator. He studied art at Stanford University in 1905 and then studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art and with William Merritt Chase, Cecilia Beaux, Thomas Anshutz, and J. Francis Smith. In 1909, Coolidge moved to Los Angeles and worked as a commercial artist and instructor at the Otis Art Institute. He was a member of the California Art Club and the Laguna Beach Art Association.

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