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William Stanley Haseltine1892

Parrish Art Museum

Parrish Art Museum

Known in the 1860s for his quintessentially American paintings of the New England coastline, William Haseltine had by 1867 moved permanently to Europe. He had been in Europe before, studying in the 1850s in Dusseldorf alongside fellow Americans Albert Bierstadt (1830 - 1902) and T. Worthington Whittredge (1820 - 1910). It was the Dusseldorf style of robust draftsmanship and meticulous rendering that characterized Haseltine's painting style throughout his career. This view of the Church and Hermitage of Santa Maria di Cetrella on Capri's highest point, Monte Solaro, appealed greatly to American collectors and typifies the works that Haseltine produced during his long sojourn in Europe.

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