Harry Humphrey Moore

Harry Humphrey Moore (United States, 20th Century)

Harry Humphrey Moore

Was born in NYC, Harry Moore was a student of Thomas Eakins. Eakins recommended he study at Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, where he become a student of Jean Leon Gerome. Completing his studies in 1868, Moore traveled in Spain with Eakins, and he was so impressed by the landscape that he stayed several years. In 1872, he married and moved to Morocco and also went to Japan, having been encouraged by the artist Robert Blum. His reputation was established by his interest in Oriental subject matter - he along with William Heine, Edward Kern and Winckworth Gay, was one of the first American artists to visit Japan. There he created about sixty paintings of Oriental subject matter including temples, gardens and geisha girls.

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 19½ in | WIDTH: 15½ in

Origin United States
Category Watercolors
Circac. 1890s
Period 20th Century
Style Orientalist

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