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Julian Alden Weir (revisit)

Julian Alden Weir was an American painter and printmaker active in the later 19th and early 20th centuries. He was one of the the painters loosely known as “American Impressionists”, and more relevantly, was a member of “The Ten” — a group of influential painters in Boston that included Frank W. Benson, Thomas Wilmer Dewing, […]
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