George Travers, American (1864-1928).
George Travers was born in Cortland NY, and resided in New York City until his death. He studied
under Henry Siddons Mowbray, Thomas Wilmer Dewing, and Julian Alden Weir, one of the leading
American impressionists of the day. Travers's early work reflected the more traditional academic
style of Mowbray. Later, influenced by Weir, his painting developed into an impressionist style.
Travers was a member of the National Art Club, and the Salmagundi Club of New York, where he also
exhibited his paintings. During his artistic career, he also exhibited at the American Watercolor
Society, the National Academy of Design, and the Salons of America. His paintings are included in
the collections of the Brooklyn Art Museum, NY, and the Newark Museum of Art, NJ. This painting is
a fine example of Travers's impressionist style with a lovely soft palette and broken brushwork.
"Along the Path"
Signed lower left.
Oil on canvasboard. 18" x 24"
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