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  1. Martin Johnson Heade (Lumberville, 11 de agosto de 1819 - St. Augustine, 4 de setembro de 1904) foi um prolífico e importante pintor do romantismo norte-americano. Durante algum tempo foi incluído entre os membros da Escola do Rio Hudson , mas recentemente a crítica o tem visto como um caso à parte, pela diversidade de seus temas ...

    • Cemitério dos Evergreens
    • 11 de agosto de 1819, Condado de Bucks
  2. Martin Johnson Heade (August 11, 1819 – September 4, 1904) was an American painter known for his salt marsh landscapes, seascapes, and depictions of tropical birds (such as hummingbirds), as well as lotus blossoms and other still lifes.

  3. Conheça a vida e a obra de Martin Johnson Heade, um dos principais pintores do romantismo norte-americano, famoso por suas paisagens tropicais e seus retratos de flores e aves. Saiba mais sobre sua trajetória, seus temas, seus estilos e suas influências artísticas.

    • American
    • Lumberville, Pennsylvania, United States
  4. Martin Johnson Heade (born August 11, 1819, Lumberville, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died September 4, 1904, St. Augustine, Florida) American painter known for his seascapes and still-life paintings and associated with the luminist aesthetic.

  5. A painting of tidal marshes in Massachusetts by an American artist who preferred unusual subjects. Learn more about the artwork, the artist, and the collection at The Met website.

  6. Learn about the life and work of Martin Johnson Heade, an American artist who specialized in seascapes, landscapes, and still-lifes of tropical and coastal scenes. He painted hummingbirds, orchids, and other wildlife in natural settings, often inspired by his travels to South America.

  7. A painting of a black-eared fairy hummingbird and a passionflower by the American artist Martin Johnson Heade, who was fascinated with natural history. Learn more about the artwork, the artist, and the context of this piece from The Met website.