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  1. Lake George - John William Casilear — Google Arts & Culture Lake George John William Casilear 1857 View in Augmented Reality View in Street View The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City, United...

  2. His talent is apparent here in this oil-on-wood piece, with its large scale, detailed rendering of lush foliage, and skilled depiction of a village on the horizon. This early work shows a burgeoning genius beginning to flex his creative muscles. 'Landscape with a Village in the Distance' is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in ...

  3. The painter was one of the last members of the Venetian School, an art movement with its roots in the Italian Renaissance. In the latter part of his career, Guardi specialized in 'veduta,' a form of detailed cityscape. Piazza San Marco was one of Guardi's favorite subjects, and he painted the public square at least 20 times.

  4. John William Casilear was born in New York City on June 25, 1811. Like his fellow Hudson River School landscapists Asher B. Durand and John F. Kensett, he worked as an engraver before turning to painting. In 1826 Casilear was apprenticed to the engraver Peter Maverick (1780-1831), and at first he primarily executed bank notes.

  5. 28/04/2010 · John William Casilear (1811–1893) Alternative names: John W. Casilear: Description: American painter and photographer: Date of birth/death: 25 June 1811 17 August 1893 Location of birth/death: New York City: Saratoga Springs: Work location: Switzerland (1858); New York City (1827–1893); Europe (1840–1843) Authority control:

  6. Casilear practiced an exquisitely refined form of Hudson River School painting. A shoreline view with several cows wading in the shallows, Lake George (Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, 1860) exemplifies his unusually fine draftsmanship, as well as his typical bucolic subject matter, shimmering atmosphere, and tranquil mood.

  7. John William Casilear (1811-1893) Gallery John W. Casilear was apprenticed as an engraver under Peter Maverick in 1826 and studied painting under Asher B. Durand in 1831. In 1840 to 1843 Casilear went abroad to study with Asher B. Durand and John F. Kensett. By 1854 he had gained popularity as a painter and no longer pursued engraving.