Landscape

Landscape

By Ralph Albert Blakelock

SKU: G25157

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Ralph Albert Blakelock (1847-1919 Was Born In New York City On October 15, 1847. His Father Was A Successful Physician. Blakelock Initially Set Out To Follow In His Footsteps, And In 1864 Began Studies At The Free Academy of The City of New York (Now Known As The City College). He Dropped Out After His Third Term, Opting To Forgo Formal Education. From 1869_72 He Traveled Alone Through The American West, Wandering Far From American Settlements And Spending Time Among The American Indians. Largely Self-Taught As An Artist, He Began Producing Competent Landscapes, As Well As Scenes of Indian Life, Based On His Notebooks He Filled While Traveling And On His Personal Memories And Feelings. Blakelock’S Works Were Exhibited In The National Academy of Design.

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Medium:

Oil On Board

Size:

9 X 12 inches

Edition:

Original

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Gallery Price: $14,950.00

ART DESCRIPTION

Ralph Albert Blakelock (1847-1919 Was Born In New York City On October 15, 1847. His Father Was A Successful Physician. Blakelock Initially Set Out To Follow In His Footsteps, And In 1864 Began Studies At The Free Academy of The City of New York (Now Known As The City College). He Dropped Out After His Third Term, Opting To Forgo Formal Education. From 1869_72 He Traveled Alone Through The American West, Wandering Far From American Settlements And Spending Time Among The American Indians. Largely Self-Taught As An Artist, He Began Producing Competent Landscapes, As Well As Scenes of Indian Life, Based On His Notebooks He Filled While Traveling And On His Personal Memories And Feelings. Blakelock’S Works Were Exhibited In The National Academy of Design.

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