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Artists who influenced Albert Pinkham Ryder
Albert Pinkham Ryder was born in 1847 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, where he attended a public grammar school for boys and began to paint, but impaired vision, the result of a faulty vaccination, prevented him from continuing his education. After the Ryder family moved to New York in 1870, his application to the National Academy of Design was rejected, and he was admitted only after a period of ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Albert Pinkham Ryder

Joseph Mallord William Turner

Constance
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Weir's Orchard
(Wadsworth Atheneum)

Marsden Hartley

Jean Baptiste Camille Corot

Death on Pale Horse
(Cleveland Museum of Art)

Jonah
(Smithsonian American Art Museum)

Ralph Blakelock

Thomas Couture

Boat under Cloud
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

River
(Los Angeles County Museum)

Walt Kuhn

Théodore Rousseau

Siegfried and Rhine Maidens
(National Gallery of Art)

Toilers of Sea
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Jackson Pollock