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Maurice Brazil Prendergast (aka Maurice Prendergast)
American, born Canada, 1858–1924

Fall Foliage

about 1910–1913

Object Type: Painting
10 in. x 14 in. (25.4 cm x 35.56 cm)
Medium and Support: Watercolor, graphite, and pastel on paper
Accession Number: 1985.0012.0002

Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Charles Prendergast

Prendergast created "Fall Foliage" in the later part of his artistic career. The mix of short and long brushstrokes, and blending of green, blue, yellow, red, and orange pigment, demonstrate the artist’s mastery of movement and color. The overt brushstrokes and bold use of color, as well as the landscape motif, also reflect the influence of Cézanne. In addition, "Fall Foliage" illustrates Prendergast’s common technique of representing space, often referred to as banding, where horizontal sections divide the composition. Three bands appear in this painting to indicate spatial recession: the bottom green field in the foreground, the middle with the cluster of houses and autumnal colored trees, and the sky at the top.

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