The Beauty of Bucks County - An Exhibition of Pennsylvania Impressionism
Did you know...1889 was the year painter William Lathrop came to Bucks County and founded an artist colony that would later be known as the New Hope School of Pennsylvania Impressionism. Bucks County, its inimitable light qualities and spirited scenery of all seasons attracted artists from far and wide. Painters like Henry Snell, Edward Redfield , Daniel Garber, George Sotter, John Folinsbee, Harry Leith-Ross, Antonio Martino, Fern Coppedge, Rae Sloan Bredin, Kenneth Nunamaker, Walter Baum and many more came to paint, to settle, and to contribute their magic to the evolution of Bucks County’s thriving artistic and intellectual culture that remains vibrant to this day.
You are invited to visit “The Beauty of Bucks County”, an exhibition of Pennsylvania Impressionism. The exhibition is inspired by preservation efforts of the land, the history, and the cultural heritage of Bucks County. A designated portion of the proceeds will benefit Heritage Conservancy.