Marsden Hartley – Still Life No. 9 (1917)
Marsden Hartley was both painter and poet and lived much of his life as a nomad between Europe and the United States, and his work can be considered a bridge between European and American modernism.
His many travels resulted in a number of deeply original groups of works from 1906 to 1943. Hartley spanned many styles, but often returned to motifs such as flowers, leaves, fish and conch shells. Here in a still life from 1917.
Marsden Hartley was centrally located in art life both in Europe and at home. But nevertheless, Hartley's art has been largely unknown—perhaps because of the multifaceted nature of the work, which has made it difficult to place him in art history.
Louisiana's exhibition became one of the largest presentations of Marsden Hartley's art. With over 110 paintings, the exhibition covered the artist's entire work, including his work as a poet and essayist.
- Country Printed in Denmark
- SKU: LA-102034-FJ
- Material Printed on strong, matte paper.
- Dimensions:30.7" x 23.4"