Tonalism Usage 1907 H Ward Ranger School

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explained exItIaJned ¬ plained alned to a lady ladyAnother JlClyAnther Another peculiarity about Whistler Whistlerstates WhI Whistlerstates tler tlerstates states the same Me writer was his reticence reticenceconcerning reticenceconcerning concerning the place of his birth He Hewas Hewas Hewan was known to state that he was born bornin bornIn in Baltimore In Stonlngton in St StPetersburg StPetersburg StPetersburg Petersburg TIM fact that he was born bornat bornat at Lowell Mass > July it 1 1114 J wa waneVor w wneVor was neVor learned from his own 0 admission admissionHe admlselonH He H WM equally reticent about the date dateof dateot dateof of his bi birth birthWhen birthhen b1rthWhen When hen was I born 7 he responded one oneday oneday day to the t e question of a model Never Neverma Neerme ma petite I came from rein above aboveTtMtt above1t aboveThat That snows shows how OM easy It is to make makea mtk mtka a mtetake retorted the model uCor uCoranyone for foranyone anyone would have sworn that you came camefrom camet catnefroi from t froi om the other place placeRecent pteceRecent Recent announcemeals concerning g the thecoming tkeOODItBg thecomtng coming school year of 0 the Pennsylva Pennsylvania PenB6lvanla ¬ ala Academy ty rf e Fine Arts I which hleh will willmark Willmark willmark mark the HId school year of this insti institution luttuUon hiatttttoss ¬ tution convey the tb mtormtUfem that thatamong thatamong thatamong among the corps of instructors s are re Wil William WIL11am 11 11Ilm ¬ liam M M Chase Cecilia CedI B Dettx x Hugh H HBreckeortdge HDreekftU1dge HBreekenridge Breckeortdge Thomas P Anschutz and andFrank aaFrank andFrank Frank Frank Miles Day DayWork DayWork DayWork Work of Celebrated Painters PaintersDraws PaintersDraws PaintersDraws Draws Great Crowds Crowds te Old Lyme LymeATOMS LymeAtJIOft LymeAtriong ATOMS the summer exhibitions of this thiscountry thiseountry thiscountry country that held at Old Lyme Conn Connmts ConnIha CoonIsis mts Isis been an artist Mecca on account accountof accountof of the collection at this place of the thework thework work of such wellknown painters as asFrank asFrank asFrank Frank V DuMood d Willard IL Metcalf MetcalfII Me MetcalfIi teal f II R Poore Jules J Ju1 Threes Turcu Walter WalterRailroads WaltrRailroads WalterRailroads I Grimm G rimm1 Fred W Bamsde 8 eU Lewis Cohen C ohen Arthur Dawson DaWa mWJl1Iam William S Rob tob tobnson ob I 1 Inson nson Edward < ward Rook Alleir > B Talcotl Clark C CC lark C C Voorhoes Voorh Carlton Wiggins l Charles C harles Yenta and W H Singer Jr I Ts 1 That T hat all of these distinguished artists artistsshould artistsshould should s find atLyme at Lyme sufficient interestto interest II t to o nAkoit ntttko o1t It a summer abiding place place is bexpla1ned Isxplalned explained e that they th y have gathered gatheredaround g U ered a around tho leader of the school of oftonalism attonal1sm I l tonalism founded by Henry W Ranger RangoraQ a a aQ n artist rttst who wh now stands in the fore foremost most ranks of American painters p lnters and andyet andct andet 3 yet y ct claims the unusual distinction of orbeing l being b eing a selftaught painter painterThat That a man in the period of his life liCewho lifewho I Who has not reached r his JlftleLh year ycarurrounded ur urfiurroun surrounded fiurroun s ed by eminent painters living livIngat at a t a time when art schools and private privateteachers prhi1te prhi1teteachers teachers t have b been en easy of access could couldeach ould ouldreach reach r such an eminent position that his hisworks Jdsorks hIsworks works orks have been considered equal e4u l to tothose tothose tohose those t of Corot Co rot demonstrates the fact factthat facttbat factthat that the royal road to success In art artdepends artdepends depends d epends upop serious application coupled oouplfd1th with 1th a a fair allowance of the ability to tobelieve believe 1 oUeve that whot others have accom accompllshed accompUshed pUshed p Ushed can be reached through serious serluuscontinuous continuous c effort effortThe errortThe effortThe The school of lonallsm is founded upon uponthe uponthe the belie that color vibrations as as a they theyexist exist e in nature can be secured as well wdlby wclly by b y the overlaying and almost Indefinite Indefinitemixing Ipdefinltemixing ipdefinitemixing mixing of colors as by the th other method tJ1elhod meth niethod ¬ od of securing u vibrations bratlons by laying layingthe lajngthe layinghe the t he colors side by side That l at Ranger Rangefbas Rangelbas Rangerhas bas succeeded is demonstrated by the thehigh thelIa high lIa h place which he now holds among amongrlnter amongpainterb painters That his theory is feasible feasiblehe feasthies rlnter i 8 proven by the large following which whichbe whichhe he has secured among American paint painters painters paintera ¬ ers whose works form an Important Importantfeature Importantfeature importauLfeature feature of the 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  1. The Washington Times,
  2. 08 Sep 1907, Sun,
  3. Page 23

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