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Re: Your favourite plein air artists

Ive been studying Trevor Chamberlains book Oils. Lots of info there and I have some studies on my blog hopefully they will push me in a positive direction.

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Marc Hanson
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and a few others ... Ben Bauer, Ben Haggett, Richard Schmid ...
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Re: Your favourite plein air artists

My favorites:

CONTEMPORARY:
Peter Adams
Daniel Pinkham
Kitty Wallis
Jim McVicker
Jill Atkin
Sarkis Antikajian
Kevin Macpherson
Mike Hernandez
John Budicin
Denise Burns
Kim Lordier
Camile Przewodek
Larry Horowitz

HISTORICAL:
Claude Monet
various early 20th Century California Impressionists
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Brian Blood, a resident of Pebble Beach, California, is widely recognized as one of California’s most important plein air impressionist artists.
https://brianblood.com/
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I too like Jim McVicker; along with Frank Lalumia, Elizabeth Tolley, Frank Serrano, Marc Hanson, Lee Haber, and Ken Auster (RIP).
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Brian Blood, a resident of Pebble Beach, California, is widely recognized as one of California’s most important plein air impressionist artists.
https://brianblood.com/

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