Jane Peterson, ‘Gloucester Harbor’, Avery Galleries

Signature: Signed lower right: Jane Peterson

The artist;
Estate of the artist;
The James E. Sowell Collection;
Private collection, 2008;
Private collection, 2012

About Jane Peterson

Against the conventions of her time, fiercely independent and committed artist Jane Peterson traveled the world solo, painting street scenes, urban and natural vistas, and bold, avant-garde compositions of flowers. Her critically acclaimed works combine an academic attention to naturalistic detail with thoroughly modern, striking color combinations and loose, expressive brushstrokes. Peterson rubbed shoulders with and drew influence from the artistic luminaries of the 20th century, attending Gertrude Stein’s famous salons while living in Paris and taking trips with Louis Comfort Tiffany, Maurice Prendergast, and Childe Hassam.

American, 1876-1965

Group Shows

2016
Nantucket,
Savage Nature: The Importance of Place in Early American Modernism
2013
MME Fine Art, 
New York,
Town & Country: American Cityscape & Landscape Painting from 1860-Present