|Alfred Thompson Bricher (1837-1908)|
|The mist clearing grand Manan
Alfred Thompson Bricher, the artist and painter of the divine artwork named, ”Mist clearing Grand Manan”was born in the year 1837 and was known to be a sea lover because his paintings marked an era of water and ocean till he died in 1908 in New York. Though all his works are recognized and became popular but Mist clearing Grand Manan is one of the most unique and exquisite masterpiece created by him.
It is a beautiful landscape sketch by Alfred Bricher that depicts a natural scene where the mist is clearing from the Grand Manan. This scene has been cast on the canvas using oil paints. The color scheming to use in the painting is such that it makes the painting appear in reality and you can easily relate to the whole scene. The nature is so beautifully portrayed that you might tend to fall for it.
Alfred Bricher though was a Britisher by birth but lived in the United States Of America. All his paintings originated in the U. S. near the shore side in New Dorp. He soon became very popular amongst the artists who excelled in autumnal landscapes. He was one of the artists who was appreciated not only for his skill with oil painting but also with water colors.
Mist clearing Grand Manan is an excellent piece of his work and is found in the permanent collections of almost all the prestigious museums in America. Alfred Bricher was devoted towards his artwork and his paintings marked an era of excellence in paintings.