1. Thomas cole
-THE WILD BEAUTY OF THE CATSKILLS LANDSCAPE THAT WERE THE SOURCE OF INSPIRATION OF HIS WORK
-One of the best landscape artists in America during the first half of the 19th century, and a founder of the Hudson River School, the melancholic Thomas Cole was noted for his style of romantic realism in the way he depicted the grandeur and rugged natural beauty of the American wilderness.
-David's revolutionary inspiration is ultimately best represented by "The Death of Marat," painted in 1793, soon after the murder of revolutionary leader Jean-Paul Marat. This so-called "piet of the Revolution" is considered David's masterpiece.
-David was the first French artist to unite classical subjects with a linear precision and minimalist composition. Completely rejecting the decorative and painterly effects of the Rococo, his canvases created powerful, didactic works of moral clarity with few distractions or pictorial flourishes.
Explanation: Van Gogh did too, but Picasso was the one other than Richter to simultaneously use multiple styles.
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