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Douglas Arthur Teed

Douglas Arthur Teed (1864-1929) was an American painter known for his Romantic landscapes, genre, and still life paintings. Born in New Hartford, New York, he later moved to Binghamton, New York, where he built his studio. His early technique focused on delicate, realistic representation of nature, and he later shifted to a Tonalist manner of painting.  After traveling in Europe in the early 1890s, he began incorporating Impressionist techniques into his manner of painting. Between 1907 and 1911, he visited Egypt, Morocco, India, and Algeria, where he developed his interest in Orientalism and later began creating his own Orientalist paintings.  For the remainder of his career, he continued to experiment with different painting styles.

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