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    Carducius Plantagenet Ream: Bucket of Cherries, 1876



    • Rosemary Tapp

      Carducius Plantagenet Ream (1838-1917), Bucket of Cherries, 1876. Still-life painter Ream, son of a country lawyer in Lancaster, Ohio, probably was self-taught when he began painting in the late 1850s. He was then living in Cleveland, but by 1866 he had moved to New York City, eventually sharing a studio there with his brother Morston, also a still-life painter. By the turn of the 20th century he had become "king of the fruit painters."

    • Rosemary Tapp

      Carducius Plantagenet Ream (May 8, 1838-June 20, 1917), Bucket of Cherries, 1876. Ream was one of the most important still life painters of the 19th century. Born in Lancaster, Ohio, he moved to Chicago in 1878. He was a master at rendering the color and sensuous texture of fruit by bathing his subjects in soft, yet dramatic light. His paintings are rendered with precise brushstrokes and a crispness, demonstrating his skill as a painter and emphasizing the trompe l'oeil effect.

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