LAURENCE SISSON NEW ENGLAND SHORE WC PAINTING Maine, Massachusetts, New Mexico,1928-2015Impressionist seascape of waves crashing against a rocky shore. Sisson's style ranges from plein air watercolors to abstract works with surrealist elements, taking what he learned during his stay in Japan while in the military and applying it to his fantastical landscapes.
LAURENCE SISSON BALD EAGLE LANDSCAPE PAINTING Massachusetts, Maine, New Mexico1928-2015Modernist depiction of a bald eagle with wings outstretched perched on a branch with large boulders and coniferous trees lining a winding river behind it. Sisson is best known for his landscapes of Maine and the southwest, combining abstract and surrealists elements into his work. When looking at the artist's previous auction sales this is by far one of the most impressive paintings to surface. Sisson has public works at Boston University, Portland Museum, Worcester Museum, Salem State College, Dartmouth College, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the National Park Foundation, amongst other organizations.
LAURENCE SISSON COASTAL MAINE WC PAINTING Massachusetts, Maine, New Mexico1928-2015Depicts a partially flooded dirt path leading towards a beach where two figures stand in a boat. Sisson's style ranges from plein air watercolors to abstract works with surrealist elements, taking what he learned during his stay in Japan while in the military and applying it to his fantastical landscapes.
LG LAURENCE SISSON MARCH LANDSCAPE PAINTING Massachusetts, Maine, New Mexico,1928-2015Impressionist depiction of shallow pools of water across desolate rock covered land beneath a heavily clouded sky. Sisson studied at attended art classes at the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts, Yale Summer School, and was artist-in-residence at Publick House in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. In 1955, Sisson became Director of the Portland, Maine School of Fine and Applied Art. Sisson's work can be found at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, New Britain Museum of American Art, and the Portland Museum of Art.
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