[finale_header title=”Experience”] [finale_service title=”Painter” icon=”https://www.frankwbenson.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/art.png” position=”first”]Frank W. Benson is best known for his impressionist “plein-air” paintings. He was focused on capturing light. He once said, “I follow the light; where it comes from, where it goes.”[/finale_service] [finale_service title=”Etcher” icon=”https://www.frankwbenson.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/etch.png”]Benson, one of the best printmakers of the 20th century, is credited with making wildlife prints a distinct genre. To one of his daughters he said, “The whole process from the bare plate to the finished print is full of fascinating possibilities and possible failures.”
[/finale_service] [finale_service title=”Lithographer” icon=”https://www.frankwbenson.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/litho.png” position=”last”]Etching led Benson to lithography; perhaps his rarest medium. He used his imagination, coupling it with personal experience and solid principals of composition—what he called “design”—to convey his birds and sportsmen with such great appeal.[/finale_service] [finale_latest_news]


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