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Theodore Robinson (1848-1917) was a famous American painter who specialized in Impressionist landscapes. One of the first American Impressionists, he traveled to Giverny and developed a close friendship with Claude Monet. A number of his works are considered masterworks of American Impressionism. 

Robinson spent his childhood in rural Vermont. After his early education, he studied art in Chicago and Paris. In 1874, he traveled to New York, where he studied under the artist Hamlin Garland. In 1881, he moved to New York and established a studio there. He developed his own style, focusing on subjects in quiet domestic and agrarian pursuits. In 1884, he returned to Paris and became a leading figure in the impressionist movement in French art under Claude Monet.

Theodore Robinson studied art in Paris and New York. He also spent time in Venice, where he met James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Theodore Robinson is remembered for his lyrical landscapes, such as "The Winter Landscape." His work is also admired for its realism. Theodore Robinson was a highly successful painter, whose work is widely exhibited. If you want to know more about the artist, read his diaries.

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