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Fitz Henry Lane (né Nathaniel Rogers Lane, également connu sous le nom de Fitz Hugh Lane), né le à Gloucester (Massachusetts) et mort le ) à Duncans Point (en) en Californie, est un peintre américain de style luministe.

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  • The Burning of the Packet Ship “Boston,” 1830, aquarelle, [1]
  • View of the Town of Gloucester, Mass, 1836, lithographie, [2]
  • Stage Rocks and Western Shore of Gloucester Outer Harbor, 1857, huile sur toile, John Wilmerding Collection, [3]
  • Riverdale, 1863, Cape Ann Historical Museum Collection, [4]
  • Gloucester Harbor from Rocky Neck, 1844, Cape Ann Historical Museum Collection, [5]
  • The Western Shore with Norman's Woe, 1862, Cape Ann Historical Museum Collection, [6]
  • Stage Fort Across Gloucester Harbor, 1862, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, [7]
  • Clipper Ship “Sweepstakes”, 1853, Museum of the City of New York Collection, [8]
  • Ships Passing in Rough Seas, 1856, Private Collection, [9]
  • The Fishing Party, 1850, [10]
  • Lumber Schooners at Evening in Penobscot Bay, 1860, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC [11]
  • View of Coffin's Beach, 1862, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, [12]
Salem Harbor, Salem, Massachusetts huile sur toile Fitz Henry Lane, 1853. Musée des beaux-arts de Boston.

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Bibliographie[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Novak, Barbara. American Painting of the Nineteenth Century. New York: Praeger Publishers, Inc., 1969.
  • Wilmerding, John. American Light: The Luminist Movement 1850-1875. Washington DC: National Gallery of Art, 1980.
  • Craig, James. Fitz H. Lane: An Artist's Voyage Through Nineteenth-Century America. Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2006.
  • Troyen, Carol. The Boston Tradition. New York: The American Federation of Arts, 1980.
  • Wilmerding, John. The Genius of American Painting. New York: William Morrow & Company, Inc., 1973.
  • Wilmerding, John. “Fitz Hugh Lane: Imitations and Attributions.”
  • American Art Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2. (Autumn, 1971), pp. 32-40.
  • Gerdts, William H.; C. C. “"The Sea Is His Home": Clarence Cook Visits Fitz Hugh Lane.” American Art Journal, Vol. 17, No. 3. (Summer, 1985), pp. 44-49.
  • Sharp, Lewis I. “American Paintings and Sculpture.” Notable Acquisitions (Metropolitan Museum of Art), No. 1965/1975. (1965 - 1975), pp. 11-19.
  • Howat, John K.; Sharp, Lewis I.; Salinger, Margaretta M. “American Paintings and Sculpture.” Notable Acquisitions (Metropolitan Museum of Art), No. 1975/1979. (1975 - 1979), pp. 64-67.
  • Smith, Gayle L.“Emerson and the Luminist Painters: A Study of Their Styles”
  • American Quarterly, Vol. 37, No. 2. (Summer, 1985), pp. 193-215.