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HARTLEY Marsden (1877-1943) Nationality : American

After attending the Cleveland School of Art, he settled in New York City but also lived sporadically in France and Germany. From 1900 he spent most summers in his native Maine, painting landscapes. He first exhibited them at Alfred Stieglitz's "291" gallery in 1909. In 1913 he exhibited with Der Blaue Reiter in Berlin and at the Armory Show. His early style of abstract painting with strongly outlined forms and brilliant colours evolved into a personal interpretation of Expressionism, most evident in his bold and brooding Maine landscapes. He produced a dramatic series of pastels and oil paintings of New Mexico (1918 - 20) and in 1932 a notable series of the volcano Popocatepetl in Mexico.

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