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Boston School (painting)

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Boston School (painting)

The Boston School is both a historic group of painters and an ongoing tradition of painting centered around the city of Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Beginning with artists such as Edmund C. Tarbell and William Paxton, a combination of detail, full-range vibrant color, and painting outdoors characterizes this style. Moving beyond French and American Impressionism, this style seeks to evoke more than a sensation of color, action scene from modern life, or fleeting effect of weather condition and time of day. A sense of space is created in these works using color realism mixed with traditional oil paint handling and technique. Contemporary artists working with this style include R. H. Gammell, Yoshi Mizutani, Charles Tersolo, Sam Vokey, and Dianne Panarelli Miller.

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