Winter At Ipswich
Set of 8 Note Cards / Envelopes
" Season's Greetings "
Theodore Wendel (1859–1932) was an Impressionist artist who lived for thirty-four years in Ipswich, where he painted the village, bridges, farmlands, and landscapes, and left behind a magnificent collection of paintings of his adopted hometown. Wendel was born in Ohio but pursued art studies in Germany, Baravia, and Italy. He became part of a group of painters in France who worked closely with Claude Monet. Some of his most successful canvases were painted in Ipswich between 1900 and 1915 before a debilitating illness brought his painting career virtually to a close.
ca. 1908 / oil on canvas