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Raymond Dabb Yelland

British, (1848–1900)
English-born artist Raymond Dabb Yelland (1848–1900) became an important contributor to the art world of Northern California, from his arrival in 1873 until his early death in 1900. He was esteemed both for his career as a landscape painter and for his dedication to teaching. His style transitioned from the Hudson River School style of painting, which focused on topographically recognizable scenes painted with meticulous, albeit enhanced, realism, to a more loosely painted, evocative aesthetic popularized by the French Barbizon painters. Yelland had a keen ability to capture light and his landscapes in particular manifest the artist’s familiarity with Transcendentalist ideas and suggest the spirituality he believed was inherent to California nature.


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