Bright Scene of Cattle Near Stream
Bright Scene of Cattle near Stream by Edward Mitchell Bannister
Although he never traveled abroad, Edward Bannister was influenced by nineteenth-century French landscape paintings from the Barbizon school. The Barbizon artists rejected the position held by the conservative French Academy, which did not consider landscape painting a noteworthy facet of art. In Bright Scene of Cattle near Stream, Bannister painted a peaceful view of three cattle grazing in a lush field, celebrating the beauty and majesty of nature in bucolic settings.
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