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Another of Wendt's finest paintings done along the coast,some miles north of Laguna Beach, is CRYSTAL COVE (Private Collection),painted in 1912, three years earlier than THE SILENT SUMMER SEA. The sitewas also the setting for Jack Wilkinson Smith's CRYSTAL COVE STATE PARK,a ravishing juxtaposition of cliffs, rocks, ocean, and cloud-filled sky,all tinged with myriad touches of alternating prismatic colors. Despitethe ruggedness of the scenery, the painting exudes a sense of peace andharmony, in an unspoiled natural paradise; indeed, California itself wasdeemed \"An Artist's Paradise\" by the earlier California painter-sculptor,Gutzon Borglum. When Smith'spicture was on view at Cannel and Chaffin Gallery in Los Angeles in theautumn of 1920, it was reproduced in California Southland with thecaption: \"Calm and serene, infinite in its power to solace, this picturespeaks to us of Peace.\"Smith, too, had grown up in Chicago, where he studied at the Art Instituteand was influenced by Wendt. He was first in California in 1906, later becomingactive in the California Art Club as well as the Laguna Beach Art Association.In California, Smith specialized in two themes, both of which highlightedrocky masses - craggy sunlit coastal scenes and views in the high Sierras.
Anna Althea Hills was one of the most active members ofthe Laguna Beach art colony and the Art Association. In 1912 Hills movedto California, having previously studied at the Art Institute of Chicagoand in New York at the Cooper Union and with Arthur Wesley Dow before goingon to Paris. During those years she had been a figure painter, but oncein California, she appears to have become totally devoted to landscape.She settled in Laguna Beach in 1913 and played a dominant role in the organizationof the Art Association, of which she was president from 1922 to 1925 andagain from 1927 to 1930. .Hills'spaintings, both interior scenes of valleys and mountain formations, andcoastal views such as THE SPELL OF THE SEA (LAGUNA BEACH NEAR MOSS POINT)of 1920, make use of the smaller, often broken brushwork and variegatedcoloration of orthodox Impressionism, reflecting, perhaps, some influenceof Guy Rose. Like Rose, she delighted in the undulation of the eucalyptuses'sinuous trunks supporting their feathery foliage. Small figures of severalwomen appear in the lower left, in beneficent Nature.
The sea appears only in the distance in Jean Mannheim'sARCH BEACH, LAGUNA BEACH (cat. 28) of 1920; the artist concentrated insteadon the rolling hillside with lush green foliage and a patch of golden poppies,though some buildings appear through the grove of trees at the far right.At the time, Mannheim had three studios: a home studio and a garden studioin Pasadena and a summer studio at Arch Beach. Mannheim was not a painter of the sea, in particular; he was equallyinvolved with the figure and the landscape, the former earlier in his career,but he increasingly painted the scenic beauty of California and figuresout-of-doors in bright sunlight. Born in Germany, Mannheim began studyingin Paris in 1882, and then came to the United States in 1885, settling inChicago. In 1895 he moved to Decatur, Illinois for seven years, and then,after a brief trip to Europe, settled in Denver, where he remained and taughtfor five years. In 1907-08 he worked in London with Frank Brangwyn and thenreturned to the United States. Mannheim settled in the Arroyo Seco in Pasadenaand taught at the Stickney Memorial School; he became active in the CaliforniaArt Club and was equally involved with the Laguna Beach Art Association.
Cultivated garden paintings are not unknown among the CaliforniaImpressionists, but they are not nearly as common as they were among theircounterparts on the East Coast, perhaps because the Westerners favored theunconfined expansiveness of the wildflower fields. As Charles Howard Shinn wrote in 1888, \"When our wild flowersare almost gone, I suppose that people will begin to want them to plantin gardens.\" As we haveseen, Frederick Frieseke painted garden scenes in Los Angeles during hisvisit to his parents in 1911, and it is possible that these provided inspirationfor local artists to undertake this theme. One of the closest equivalentsto the garden pictures favored by Childe Hassam and many of the paintersworking in such eastern art colonies as Old Lyme and Cragsmoor is THE JOYOUSGARDEN (cat. 4) by Benjamin Brown, who was also one of the many paintersof fields of poppies and other wildflowers. This picture is of a rare, formalgarden, the alternating red, pink, and white flowers fronting a well-manicuredlawn, bordered by box hedges, before the white walls of a substantial house.Brown, who first studied in St. Louis and then in Paris, was one of theearliest of the Impressionists to reside in the state, settling in Pasadenain 1895. His early landscapeswere painted in a more tonal mode, but shortly after the turn of the centuryhe began to adopt the high-keyed color of Impressionism, which he appliedto all the subjects favored by the California Impressionists - both coastaland mountain scenes, blossoming trees, and floral subjects. Given Brown'spreference for saturated color, it is interesting to note that he was alsoone of the California Impressionists most inclined toward the depictionof snow scenes. Brown's approach to Impressionism is, in fact, perhaps theclosest to that of Childe Hassam among the artists of Southern California.Brown was also the most active printmaker among the artists discussed here,and with his brother, Howell, organized The Print Makers of Los Angelesin 1914.
In the East, artists depicted both formal gardens and theincreasingly popular informal cultivation of flowers - the \"grandmother'sgardens\" popularized in the late 19th century - as more truly American,reflecting earlier, sounder cultural values. The creation of such gardens found favor in California, fueledboth by the climate and by the popularity of the Arts and Crafts movement,which promoted outdoor life and the use of indigenous materials. However,artists in the state do not seem to have responded strongly to this potentialsubject, though it did attract several painters in Northern California.A number of colorful pictures by Theodore Wores, one of San Francisco'sleading painters and teachers, depict the old adobe church in Saratoga,California, which the artist had remodeled into a Mission Revival housewith a patio garden. One of the finest paintings by Anne Bremer, anotherrespected San Francisco painter of the early 20th century, is entitled ANOLD FASHIONED GARDEN (Mills College, Oakland).
Colin Campbell Cooper rendered some of the most beautifulpaintings of gardens in Southern California. Cooper had established hisartistic identity at the turn of the century with pictorial homages to EuropeanGothic architecture, but on his return to America in 1902 he transferredhis interests to modern city life and especially the skyscraper, which hepainted in Chicago, Philadelphia, and particularly New York, while the somewhatlow-keyed tones of his earlier work exploded into Impressionist light andcolor. In 1915, Cooper painted some fine architectural images at San Francisco'sPanama-Pacific International Exposition, where he received a Gold Medalfor his six oil paintings shown there.The following winter of 1915-16, Coopervisited and painted in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Santa Barbara, and six years later he moved to SantaBarbara, becoming dean of the School of Painting at the Santa Barbara Schoolof the Arts. While he maintained his formal strategies, Cooper abandonedthe urban theme when he moved to Santa Barbara, where he became, with JohnGamble, one of the two most prominent Impressionist painters in the quitedistinct and well-recognized art colony there. His new architectural images, rangin