William McGregor Paxton, "The House Maid," 1910

    The American Impressionist artist William McGregor Paxton is considered one of the "Boston School" painters of the early 20th century along with Frank Benson, Joseph DeCamp, Philip Leslie Hale, Edmund Tarbell.
    Influenced by the artwork of the 17th-century Dutch master Johannes Vermeer and French Impressionism, Paxton's canvases with his favorite subject of beautiful women gained large public appreciation during his lifetime. The artist earned a reputation as one of the premier portrait painters of his day.
    Paxton received his first medal in 1901, then there were the awards in 1920, 1922, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1935.
    Paxton received a scholarship to the Cowles School of Art at the age of 18, in 1887. Two years later he left for Paris to study at the Ecole Des Beaux Arts.
    The artist taught at the Museum School from 1906 to 1913.
    Paxton painted the presidents Grover Cleveland and Calvin Coolidge.





    William McGregor Paxton
    'Tea Leaves', 1909





    Paintings Reproductions Paxton, William McGregor Portrait of Mrs. Charles Frederic Toppan, 1935
    Portrait of Mrs. Charles Frederic Toppan   


    1905 - in the studio


    William McGregor Paxton - Dejeuner Venice






    (Baltimore, EUA, 22 de junho de 1869 – 1941) 








    William McGregor Paxton, The String of Pearls


    William McGregor Paxton

    1869 - 1941
    The String of Pearls




    The yellow jacket 1907


    William McGregor Paxton - The Album


    William McGregor Paxton - Portrait of a Lady



    William Mc Gregor PAXTON


    Paxton William McGregor Girl Combing Her Hair William McGregor Paxton




    WilliamPaxton CherryorTheGayNineties 1906 William McGregor Paxton





    WilliamPaxton ChildInSunlightorTheChineseParasol 1908 William McGregor Paxton

      Enfant dans la lumière du soleil, 1908 (via : arte-historia.com)




    WilliamPaxton InTheStudio c1905 William McGregor Paxton

    The studio 1905



    Joli fille ou Paresse (via : wikipedia)




    La russe, 1913 (via : wikipedia)








    Quittant le studio, 1912 (via : arte-historia.com)



    Cristal, 1900 (via : arte-historia.com)




    La figurine, 1921 (via : arte-historia.com)




    La lettre, 1908 (via : arte-historia.com)




    Mrs Paxton, 1896 (via : arte-historia.com)
















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