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"Constance," Albert Pinkham Ryder, 1896, oil on canvas, 27 7/8 x 35 5/8", Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Ryder usually limited his work to extremely small panels and canvases, often one foot square or smaller. However, between 1885 and 1896 he began five paintings, including "Constance," of about 29 x 36 inches, a relatively monumental size for him. The artist intended the five works to be his major artistic statements.

"Constance," Albert Pinkham Ryder, 1896, oil on canvas, 27 7/8 x 35 5/8", Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Ryder usually limited his work to extremely small panels and canvases, often one foot square or smaller. However, between 1885 and 1896 he began five paintings, including "Constance," of about 29 x 36 inches, a relatively monumental size for him. The artist intended the five works to be his major artistic statements.

Albert Pinkham Ryder

Albert Pinkham Ryder

Albert Pinkham Ryder  Landscape  Oil on canvas  9" x 13"

Albert Pinkham Ryder Landscape Oil on canvas 9" x 13"

"Toilers of the Sea," Albert Pinkham Ryder, ca. 1880–85, oil on canvas, 10 1/4 in. x 12 1/4", Addison Gallery of American Art.

"Toilers of the Sea," Albert Pinkham Ryder, ca. 1880–85, oil on canvas, 10 1/4 in. x 12 1/4", Addison Gallery of American Art.

Albert Pinkham Ryder (US 1847-1917), Marine, oil on canvas mounted on panel, ca. 1890. In all Ryder's paintings nature is the real protagonist, whose organic forms become anthropomorphic, moving to rhythms set in motion by the artist's mind. Details were not important to Ryder, who sought to express a universal feeling, not a particular moment. In doing so he designed a pattern of archetypal natural forms floating in an atmosphere of subtle luminosity. Carnegie Museum of Art.

Albert Pinkham Ryder (US 1847-1917), Marine, oil on canvas mounted on panel, ca. 1890. In all Ryder's paintings nature is the real protagonist, whose organic forms become anthropomorphic, moving to rhythms set in motion by the artist's mind. Details were not important to Ryder, who sought to express a universal feeling, not a particular moment. In doing so he designed a pattern of archetypal natural forms floating in an atmosphere of subtle luminosity. Carnegie Museum of Art.

Albert Pinkham Ryder Panel for a Screen: Woman with a Deer ca 1876 Artwork

Albert Pinkham Ryder Panel for a Screen: Woman with a Deer ca 1876 Artwork

"The Farmyard," Albert Pinkham Ryder, oil on canvas, 12.75 x 10.75", private collection.

"The Farmyard," Albert Pinkham Ryder, oil on canvas, 12.75 x 10.75", private collection.

Untitled landscape, Albert Pinkham Ryder (attributed), ca. 1870, oil on canvas, 9 1/4 x 12 3/4", New Bedford Whaling Museum.

Untitled landscape, Albert Pinkham Ryder (attributed), ca. 1870, oil on canvas, 9 1/4 x 12 3/4", New Bedford Whaling Museum.

"Travelers at Dusk," Albert Pinkham Ryder, ca. 1870, oil on cigar box panel, 7 5/8 x 11 3/4", Montclair Art Museum.

"Travelers at Dusk," Albert Pinkham Ryder, ca. 1870, oil on cigar box panel, 7 5/8 x 11 3/4", Montclair Art Museum.

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