G. Ruger Donoho: a painter's path by René Paul Barilleaux, Gaines Ruger Donoho, Victoria J. Beck,

By René Paul Barilleaux, Gaines Ruger Donoho, Victoria J. Beck, Mississippi Museum of Art, Heckscher Museum, Greenville County Museum of Art

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Through which a peasant and two shaggy calves are forcing their way," and Primroses (c. 1882) as a "picture of a Normandy woman in a light blue gown . . "46 When the paintings were shown at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1883 both elicited a positive reaction. '' The American artist Sanford Gifford's homage to the work of Donoho's French Barbizon predecessors Jean-BaptisteCamille Corot and Charles-François Daubigny could apply equally as well to the American: In the French landscape everything like finish and elaboration of detail is sacrificed to the unity of the effect to be produced.

32 The methods of the Académie Julian were very similar to those of the Beaux-Arts. The mastery of good draughtsmanship was a core aspect of the curriculum. Pupils were required to pass through several levels of drawing courses, beginning with the copying of engravings and plaster casts, until finally they were permitted to work from a live model. As one student described, "Construction is the main thing insisted upon at this school. "33 In the painting classes however, a more liberal approach to formal Page 26 Figure 6.

Pupils were required to pass through several levels of drawing courses, beginning with the copying of engravings and plaster casts, until finally they were permitted to work from a live model. As one student described, "Construction is the main thing insisted upon at this school. "33 In the painting classes however, a more liberal approach to formal Page 26 Figure 6.  1881, graphite on paper, 9 3/4" x 13 1/2". 001. composition was promoted. Lefebvre, Boulanger and Carolus-Duran (Charles-Emile-Auguste Durand) encouraged their painters to work quickly and to render their subjects in broad, brushy masses without an inhibiting concern for detail.

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