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List of famous Pennsylvania Impressionism artists, with images, bios, and information about their notable works. All the greatest artists associated with the Pennsylvania Impressionism movement are included here, along with clickable names for more details on that particular painter or sculptor. These notable Pennsylvania Impressionism period artists are organized alphabetically, but you may sort this information by clicking any column. Every well-known or influential figure in this movement is listed below. You may copy this factual list to build your own just like it, re-rank it to fit your views, then publish it to share it on Facebook, Twitter or any other social networks you use on a regular basis. List features artists like John E. Berninger, Walter Emerson Baum, and many more (5 items)
Karl Buesgen is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Famous Pennsylvania Impressionism Artists
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Karl Henry Buesgen, Sr. was an American landscape painter and Pennsylvania impressionist typically associated with the Baum Circle, a group of artists either taught by, associated with, or directly influenced by Pennsylvania impressionist painter Walter Emerson Baum. Buesgen was born on Christmas Day, 1916 in Allentown, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. He was the only surviving son of Joseph Herman and Katherine Buesgen, both second generation German immigrants who worked in Allentown's silk and textile mills. As a young man, Buesgen studied to become a musician, and trained in piano, organ and voice. His family was involved with Allentown's Sacred Heart of Jesus Roman Catholic Church, and he ...more on Wikipedia

Birthplace: Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States of America

Associated periods or movements: Pennsylvania Impressionism

Nationality: United States of America

Art Forms: Painting

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John E. Berninger is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Famous Pennsylvania Impressionism Artists
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John Emil Berninger was an American landscape painter and Pennsylvania impressionist. He lived and painted in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in the United States. As an artist, Berninger has been described as being "in the outer ring of the New Hope School" and a member of "The Baum Circle," the group of artists either taught by, associated with, or directly influenced by Pennsylvania impressionist painter Walter Emerson Baum. Berninger studied under Orlando Gray Wales and Arlington Nelson Lindenmuth, and was a student of Baum's first class in Allentown during the summer of 1926. In 1932, he became an art instructor at the Kline-Baum Art School. In 1934, he was one of four Baum students accepted ...more on Wikipedia

Birthplace: United States of America

Associated periods or movements: Pennsylvania Impressionism

Nationality: United States of America

Art Forms: Painting

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Walter Emerson Baum is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list Famous Pennsylvania Impressionism Artists
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Walter Emerson Baum


Walter Emerson Baum was an American artist and educator active in the Bucks and Lehigh County areas of Pennsylvania in the United States. In addition to being a prolific painter, Baum was also responsible for the founding of the Baum School of Art and the Allentown Art Museum. ...more on Wikipedia

Birthplace: Sellersville, Pennsylvania, United States of America

Associated periods or movements: Impressionism, Pennsylvania Impressionism

Nationality: United States of America

Art Forms: Painting


John Fulton Folinsbee was an American landscape painter and member of the art colony at New Hope, Pennsylvania. He is best known today for his impressionist scenes of New Hope and Lambertville, New Jersey, particularly the factories, quarries, and canals along the Delaware River. Folinsbee was born in Buffalo, New York. As a child, he attended classes at the Art Students’ League of Buffalo, but received his first formal training in with the landscape painter Jonas Lie when he was fifteen. Between 1907 and 1911, he attended the Gunnery School in Washington, Connecticut, where he studied with Elizabeth Kempton and Herbert Faulkner. He later studied with Birge Harrison and John Carlson in ...more on Wikipedia

Birthplace: Buffalo, New York, United States of America

Associated periods or movements: Pennsylvania Impressionism

Nationality: United States of America

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