Charles P. Appel Tonalist Style Landscape Painting, 1921
Charles P. Appel (American, 1857-1928)
Untitled (landscape), 1921
Oil painting on canvas
Signed and dated to lower left
Born in New York, Charles Appel is known for his dark landcapes in Tonalist and Impressionistic styles. Appel became a pupil of Francis Luis Mora and William Merritt Chase at the New York School of Art and of Frank Vincent DuMond at The Art Students League. Even still, a great influence on his artistic style may have come specifically from the artist, George Inness. He became a member of the Salmagundi Club, New York City, 1906. Appel’s work is featured in the collections of the L.A. County Museum of Art, the Montclair Art Museum, and more.
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- wear to edges of frame; surface wear present to painting and frame; stretcher frame visible through canvas; craquelure present throughout painting; minor billow to canvas; toning to varnish.
- measures frame; sight measures 29.5" W x 19.5" H.