Artwork is reproduced from William Trost RichardsNew Jersey Beach, 1901 oil on canvas currently on view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 774. This painting represents the last stage of Richards’s prolific career. It reveals his definite, though reluctant, concession to the broader rendering of forms and looser brushwork that had become popular by the turn of the twentieth century and is evident in Winslow Homer’s seascapes. However, Richards’s longstanding preference for detail is still apparent in the crisp definition of the cresting waves.
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