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Jan 12, 1856 - Apr 14, 1925, was an American painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Thomas Wilmer Dewing 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
44823 Girl with Lute Thomas Wilmer Dewing Girl with Lute mk177 Oil on wood panel 24x17
3973 Lady with a Lute Thomas Wilmer Dewing Lady with a Lute 1886 National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
50566 Portrait of lady holding one rose Thomas Wilmer Dewing Portrait of lady holding one rose mk212 1912 Oil on canvas 54x41.3cm
39299 Reverie Thomas Wilmer Dewing Reverie mk146 before 1928
3974 The Days Thomas Wilmer Dewing The Days 1886 Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford,CT
44825 The Necklace Thomas Wilmer Dewing The Necklace mk177 1907 Oil on wood 20x15
31904 The Spinet Thomas Wilmer Dewing The Spinet mk77 1902 Oil on wood 15 1/2x20in
38383 The Spinet Thomas Wilmer Dewing The Spinet mk136 about 1902

Thomas Wilmer Dewing
1851-1938 Thomas Wilmer Dewing Gallery was an American painter working at the turn of the 20th century. He was born in Newton Lower Falls, Massachusetts. He studied at the Acad??mie Julian in Paris, and later settled into a studio in New York City. He married Maria Oakey Dewing, an accomplished painter with extensive formal art training and familial links with the art world. He is best known for his tonalist paintings, a sub-genre of American art that was rooted in English Aestheticism. Dewing's preferred vehicle of artistic expression is the female figure. Often seated playing instruments, writing letters, or engaged in other impassive actions and situated in gauzy, dreamy interiors, the figures remain remote and distant to the viewer. These scenes are infused with a color that pervades the entire picture, setting tone and mood. The ethereal delicacy and subtle color harmonies of Dewing's paintings have not met with universal approval: some feminist critics have lambasted Dewing's work as being misogynistic; he rarely painted anything other than the female figure, vacant of expression, languishing in sumptuous clothing. Tonalism quickly came to be considered outdated with the advent of modernism and abstraction in art, though Dewing was successful in his own day. His art was considered extremely elegant, and has undergone a subtle revival in the last 10 years or so. Dewing was a member of the Ten American Painters, a group of American Impressionists who seceded from the Society of American Artists in 1897. He spent his summers at the art colony in Cornish, New Hampshire.
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