Landscapes together the rivers of France inspired so several of the world’s fantastic artists – and created some of the world’s wonderful artwork treasures. Think Giverny (Monet)… Paris (Picasso, Gaugin, Manet, Pissarro, Seurat, Toulouse-Lautrec and so quite a few much more)… Provence (van Gogh, Cezanne, Matisse, Chagall, to title a couple). Their is effective are centerpieces of museums the earth over – and the French landscapes that captured their imaginations so several yrs ago are yours to discover today. Meet some of the artists and the places – such as a incredible withinTauck presentation by artist Jill Steenhuis who offers insights into the planet of Vincent van Gogh.
American-born French Impressionistic painter Jill Steenhuis, our travel companion, offered us with an unique presentation that shares insights into the everyday living of artist Vincent van Gogh – and how his existence and creative journey have shaped her personal. An Atlanta indigenous, Jill has lived in Aix-en-Provence considering that 1980, portray in the landscapes of Provence. Immediately after graduating from Sweet Briar Higher education with a BFA in studio artwork, she attended The Leo Marchutz Faculty of Portray and Drawing in Aix. In the 1980s and 1990s, Jill was 1 of the rare artists to have a studio at the Château Noir, exactly where Cézanne experienced his studio in the late 19th century. Jill has exhibited in solo displays in New York Metropolis, Greenwich, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington DC, Dallas, and San Francisco, amongst other important American metropolitan areas, as very well as in Aix-en-Provence and Paris.
Her work is part of the long lasting collections of various museums and vital private collections in The united states and in France. Jill appeared on “Good Morning America” and served as the Cézanne expert for the Smithsonian Institute for the 100th anniversary of the painter’s loss of life she is the Cezanne and Van Gogh professional for American museums who take a look at the south of France. Specializing in oil portray, lithography and watercolor, Jill captures the essence of Provence with her very own personal poetry and vibrant electrical power – “In my portray, the catalyst is character. As a result of the act of portray, my soul engages in a dialogue.”