Albert Pinkham Ryder (1847-1917) USA

Albert Pinkham Ryder studied at National Academy of Design, Barbizon school and Hague School and is also known for being one of the founders of Scoiety of American Artists. Ryder’s style changes from poetic and imaginative with undefinable figures and dreamlike landscapes in the late 1800's to more dramatic after the turn of the century. Julian Alden Weir and Robert Loftin Newman were two contemporaries and close friends of Ryder.

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