Art Inspirations From Up North

San Diego Union-Tribune — The rocky coastline and cobalt ocean in Frederick Kensett’s “Narragansett Bay,” from 1861, is a prime example of his atmospheric marine landscapes. An oil from 1894, “Hemlock Pool (Autumn)” by John Henry Twachtman, looks like it could have been painted 50 years later, its forms are so abstract. Two common threads — they’re both by American artists and part of the same private collection — explain why they’re hanging a few feet apart at the Timken Museum of Art this summer.

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