The Treasured Collection of Golden Heart Farm: A Biography of Wilhelmina Weber Furlong

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Weber Furlong Collection, Jul 19, 2012 - Artist couples - 216 pages
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The Biography defines the life of Wilhelmina Weber Furlong. A major American artist who pioneered modern impressionistic, and still life painting, at the turn of the twentieth century's modernist movement. The forgotten history has been discovered through the collections of Weber's great grand nephew Clint Bernard Weber. The insight into the artist was quite evident in the life of the authors father Bernard Weber who spent his youth in Bolton Landing New York, at the art colony of Thomas and Weber Furlong.

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The Great Grand Nephew to Weber Furlong Clint Weber tells the story of Wilhelmina Weber Furlong, Americas most significant early American woman modern artist. Weber Furlong pioneered the modernist movement in New York, City, Glens Falls, and Bolton Landing, New York beginning in the early 1890s. Describes as the foremother to American modern art Weber Furlong made her influence felt by laying the groundwork for the climax of the American modern art movement.

Professor Emeritus Skidmore College Art History. Harvard Graduate and retired curator of the Hyde Collection Museum in Glens Falls, New York.

Wilhelmina Weber Furlong. A major American artist who pioneered modern impressionistic, and still life painting, at the turn of the twentieth century's modernist movement. America's first early American woman modrn Artist.

Husband to Weber Furlong and artist.

Great Nephew to Weber Furlong

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