Len Tantillo, an artist born and raised in upstate New York, will speak on “Painting the Valley: History and Process,” this Sunday, April 26, 2009 at 2pm at the Albany Institute of History and Art. Tantillo is New York’s premiere painter of historical subjects.
In 1980, Tantillo was commissioned to depict a series of 19th-century structures from
archeological artifacts and historic documents. Similar projects followed, many of which were located along the banks of the Hudson River near Albany. In 1984, Tantillo left commercial art and began the full-time pursuit of fine art. He has spent the last 25 years creating numerous historical and marine paintings, which have continued to draw a wide audience. Tantillo’s work shows the combined influence of the luminists of the 19th century and the great marine artists of the past.
You can see much of his work on the web here.
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I’ve beenenjoying your blog. You might want to take at my entry on the Gifford family of Troy, whose scion Sanford Gifford was a major part of the Hudson River School.
i’ve been enjoying your blog. You might want to take a look at my article on the Gifford family of Hudson, whose scion sanford Gifford was a major part of the Hudson River School.
I will take a look at that.