Joseph Eliot Enneking
(1881 - 1942)
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Sunlit Sea, Magnolia, Mass.

Autumn at the Shore

Morning Light, Gloucester

 


American Impressionist Joseph Eliot Enneking, son of landscape painter John Joseph Enneking (1841-1916), was born in Hyde Park, Massachusetts, and studied at the Boston Museum School with Joseph De Camp (1858- 1923), Frank Weston Benson (1862-1951) and Edmond Charles Tarbell (1862-1938). He was closely associated with the Boston area for much of his career, with a studio in nearby Brookline, but also painted in Maine and Connecticut. Enneking adopted a similar brushstroke and sense of composition to that of his father, who was influenced stylistically by the Barbizon and Impressionist painters, but often utilized brighter, sunlit colors.

Enneking was a member of the Rockport Art Association, the Copley Society, the North Shore Art Association, the Salmagundi Club, and the New Haven Paint and Clay Club. In addition to the New Haven and Boston clubs, he also exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. 





 

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