A Mini Exhibition Catalogue of Romanticism and Religion in the Luminism of Martin Johnson Heade This mini exhibition catalogue will evaluate the 19th century romanticism found in the religious values of Luminism found in the paintings of Martin Johnson Heade. By presenting a variety of his works in the still life and the landscape, head evokes a careful application of light and dark in the luminous glow of colors he applies within each landscape he creates. By varying landscapes in the salt marsh and seaside settings, he invokes the popular romanticism of the era in the religious divinity of dawn and dusk. By understanding these types of atmospheric facets of Luminism, Heade sought to capture to brief glimpse of the divine nature of life...The end:
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