Coman, Charlotte Buell(American, Late 19th-20th Century)
Born in Waterville, New York, Charlotte Buell Coman was a prominent late 19th, early 20th-century landscape artist known for her tonalist paintings, especially with misty blue coloration. She was a key painter in bringing the Barbizon tradition from France to America. This style and method emanated from a group of painters, led by Jean Corot and Charles Daubigny, who frequented the French village of Barbizon and did plein-air painting in realist style of bucolic subjects.

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