Bright, Happy, and True to Nature: Granville Redmond and the Passion for Poppies

Granville Redmond (1871–1935) produced a body of work that captured California’s diverse topography, vegetation, and colour, his paintings ranging from the quiet, beautiful melancholy of Tonalism to the bold, symphonic colours of Impressionism.

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