Arthur Quartley

1839-1886 America/Marine Art

 

Brief Biography-Arthur Quartley was born in France, and when the family moved to America, he began tuition with his father Fredrick, who was a partner in the decorating firm of Emmart and Quartley in Baltimore. He went to New York in 1875, where he painted several seascapes and became a founder member of the Tilers group of painters, which included Winslow Homer as a member. The National Academy admitted him in 1876. He subsequently visited Europe in c. 1880 and painted in England, Holland and Italy. Several Academies in America exhibited his works during his lifetime.

 

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A Spring Morning

A Spring Morning

Sailboats-

Sailboats on a Frothy Sea

Calm Morning-

Calm Morning Boer's Head

Fair Breeze

Fair Breeze

Sunset-

Sunset in the Catskills

Boys Claming

Boys Claming

Sunset-Isle of Shoals

Sunset-Isle of Shoals

On Synepuxent Bay

On Synepuxent Bay-Maryland

Early Moonlight

Early Moonlight Naragansett Bay

Trinity

Trinity from the River