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William Stanley Haseltine


Paintings

William Stanley Haseltine Painting - Venetian Sailboats by William Stanley Haseltine

Venetian Sailboats

William Stanley Haseltine Painting - Rocks At Narragansett by William Stanley Haseltine

Rocks At Narragansett

William Stanley Haseltine Painting - Marina Piccola. Capri by William Stanley Haseltine

Marina Piccola. Capri

William Stanley Haseltine Painting - Narragansett Bay by William Stanley Haseltine

Narragansett Bay

Santa Maria Della Salute Sunset

Lago Maggiore

A Calm Sea, Mentone

After a Shower Nahant Massachusetts

Agrigento aka Temple of Juno Lacinia

Amalfi Coast

Blankenberg

Bruges

Cannes

Castel Fusano

Coastal Cliffs aka Ischia

Coppet Lake Geneva

Country Road

Dutch Coast

Greek Theater at Taormina

Ischia

Italian Boats Venice

Lago Maggiore

Midway Point California aka Cypress Point near Monterey

Mill Dam In Traunstein

Mont Saint Michel

Mountain Scenery Switzerland

Nahant Rocks

Natural Arch Capri

Natural Arch at Capri

New England Coast

North East Harbor Maine

Olevano

Rocks at Nahant

Rocks at Nahant

Saint Malo Brittany

Seal Harbor Mount Desert Maine

Sette Sale

Sunset Glow Roman Campagna

Sunset on the Grand Canal Venice

The Faraglioni Rocks

The Sea from Capri

Tivoli

Torre degli Schiavi Campagna Romana

Torrent in Wood behind Mill Dam Vahrn near Brixen Tyrol

Vahm In Tyrol Near Brixen

Valle dei Molini Amalfi

Venetian Fishing Boats

Venetian Lagoon

Venice

Venice

View from the Alhambra Spain

William Stanley Haseltine (June 11, 1835–February 3, 1900) was an American painter and draftsman who was associated with the Düsseldorf school of painting, the Hudson River School and Luminism. Born in Philadelphia to John Haseltine, a successful businessman, and Elizabeth Shinn Haseltine, an amateur landscape painter, Haseltine studied at the University of Pennsylvania and then at Harvard University, where he received a degree in 1854. He first exhibited his paintings the following year at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, after which he sailed to Europe, first joining a colony of American painters who were studying in Düsseldorf, then traveling up the Rhine into Switzerland and Italy. In late 1857 he settled in Rome, and in the following months made numerous excursions to draw the landscape around Rome and on Capri. In 1858 Haseltine returned to Philadelphia, and by late 1859 was installed in the Tenth Street Studio Building in New York City, then a central point for American landscape painters; also in the building were Frederic Edwin Church, Albert Bierstadt, and Worthington Whittredge, the latter two having befriended Haseltine in Europe. Though many of his paintings from this time derived from his European sketches, Haseltine also began to paint the oceanside of New England, especially favoring the rockbound coasts of Narragansett, Rhode Island, Nahant, Massachusetts, and Mount Desert Island, Maine. The precision with which he painted these landscapes won critical praise, and Haseltine was elected an Associate of the National Academy of Design in 1860, and a full Academician in 1861.

In 1864 Haseltine's wife died in childbirth. He spent some time training his nephew, Howard Russell Butler,[1] but he moved after he married Helen Marshall in 1866. Initially the family considered settling in Paris, but in 1867 they moved to Rome, which would for most of Haseltine's subsequent years serve as his home and point of departure from which to produce views of the European landscape. While his paintings of Capri and Sicily would prove popular with visiting American tourists, Haseltine also traveled and drew in France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, summering in Bavaria and the Tyrol in the 1880s and 1890s. In his later years he also returned periodically to the United States, making a final trip to the west in 1899.

Haseltine died of pneumonia in Rome in 1900. He is buried at the Protestant cemetery in Rome on Via Caio Cestio, about 5 km from the Episcopal Church of Saint Paul's Within The Walls, of which he was one of the founding members. His son Herbert Chevalier Haseltine became one of the most celebrated sculptors of animals, especially horses. Some of his most famous works were done for clients such as Barbara Hutton and Guy de Rothschild.


See also

List of Hudson River School artists

References

Dearinger, David Bernard (2004). Paintings and Sculpture in the Collection of the National Academy of Design 1826-1925... p.78. National Academy of Design.

Haseltine biography, National Gallery of Art
William Stanley Haseltine (1835-1900): Drawings of a Painter, by John Wilmerding
Simpson, Marc, et al., Expressions of Place: The Art of William Stanley Haseltine. The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1992. ISBN 0-88401-071-6

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