by Haley Byam
i'm ian and i like to watch movies and i cry daily because i'm not married to florence welch and i want to live in boston.
Fifth Avenue at Twilight, Oil on Canvas 1910
The late Birge Harrison was a distinguished American landscape painter from Philadelphia, PA (October 28, 1854 - 1929). He practiced the style of Tonalism, which became a prominent method between 1880 and 1915, dark, neutral hues such as gray, brown or blue, often dominated compositions by American artists. This style soon became eclipsed by impressionism.
The empire state (by Christopher Frank Beitz)
This photo is available on my society6 as a fine art print on either canvas, framed, or a photographic print.