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An American artist, naturalist, and teacher, Abbott Handerson Thayer is one of the most famous and influential artists of his time. He painted landscapes, figures, portraits, and animals. During his lifetime, he enjoyed national and international prominence. In addition to being a teacher, he also had a successful career as a painter. His art is a great reflection of his talents.

During the 1880s, Abbott Handerson Thayer's paintings were widely admired. He created portraits, figures, and landscapes. Some of his most popular works, such as 'angel' paintings, featured his children as models. His efforts as a teacher contributed to the development of American art. After a brief period in Brooklyn, he moved to Paris, where he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts.

A naturalist, Abbott Handerson Thayer's work was characterized by delicate landscapes, ethereal angels, and mystical allegories. He also painted children, women, and children, and delicate landscapes. His work is regarded as a true expression of Transcendentalism and spirituality, and many of his paintings can be downloaded free of charge via the CC0 license.

The art of Abbott Handerson Thayer has influenced many artists throughout history. While he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, he also worked on numerous commissions and created paintings of his own. Among his many masterpieces, his most well-known works include The Virgin at the Freer Galleries of Art in Boston, and Caritas at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He also produced numerous portraits. He also wrote Protective Coloration of the Animal Kingdom (1909) which was used as camouflage during World War I.

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