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Edward Mitchell Bannister

Although Edward Mitchell Bannister's name isn't as familiar as some other artists from the 19th century, his works were historic in many ways. This Black Canadian-American Tonalist painter was born in 1828 in New Brunswick. He moved to New England in the late 1840s and lived there for the rest of his life, becoming strongly influenced by the landscape painters from this region. He was also heavily inspired by the natural beauty of New England, leading him to incorporate elements from nature into many of his works. He was also inspired by the Barbizon school of painters, which led to the highly tonal quality of his work. As a result, Bannister became a leading painter of the Tonalist movement.

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An Important Legacy

Edward Mitchell Bannister was motivated to pursue a career as an artist partly in response to a provocative article he read in the New York Herald in 1867. The article stated that "the Negro seems to have an appreciation for art while being manifestly unable to produce it." Though he received some acclaim and admiration in the area surrounding the East Coast art world, his work was largely forgotten after his death. However, the push for Civil Rights in the 1970s brought renewed recognition of Bannister and intense appreciation for his contributions to the Tonalist movement.

Moody and Moving

The Tonalist movement of the late 1800s is overlooked in general art history. However, these stunning paintings portrayed a unique use of color that created a tonal atmosphere or "mist" that pervades and creates an incredible moody and evocative scene. That quality can be found overstockArt's hand-painted reproduction of Edward Mitchell Bannister's famous works, including Train and Ocean Cliffs. Add one of these beautiful paintings to your home or office.


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