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    JULIAN ONDERDONK (American, 1882-1922)
    Coreopsis, Near San Antonio, Texas, 1919
    Oil on canvas board
    9-1/4 x 12-1/4 inches (23.5 x 31.1 cm)
    Signed lower right: Julian Onderdonk
    Titled, signed, and dated verso: Coreopsis- / near San Antonio, Texas- / -Julian Onderdonk- 1919

    The life of the best-known Texas Impressionist, Julian Onderdonk, almost perfectly brackets the rise, practice, and decline of Impressionist painting in the United States. Following studies with his father, Robert Onderdonk, Julian Onderdonk began studying under William Merritt Chase in the Shinnecock Hills on Long Island in 1901. Chase provided the younger Onderdonk with the tools to paint the south-central Texas landscape in an Impressionist manner. Julian Onderdonk's landscapes inspired exhibitions of Texas wildflower paintings held in San Antonio from 1927 to 1929, and ultimately gave rise to the ubiquitous "Bluebonnet School," prevalent in Texas even today. Famous for his bluebonnet paintings, his paintings of coreopsis and other Texas wildflowers are often among his best.




    Condition Report*: Light surface grime overall; light craquelure (no flaking) in the field area and very minor craquelure in the trees on the far right; possible strengthening throughout sky region when examined under black light. Framed Dimensions 13.5 X 16.5 Inches
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    May, 2013
    11th Saturday
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