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|Date of Birth||January 03, 1906|
|Date of Death||May 31, 1990|
|Place of Birth||Fort Pierce, Florida, U.S.|
A. E. Backus Biography
A. E. Backus is a famous American painter, who was born on January 03, 1906 in Fort Pierce, Florida, U.S.. According to Astrologers, A. E. Backus's zodiac sign is Capricorn.
Albert Ernest "A. E." Backus (January 3, 1906 – June 6, 1990), also known as Beanie Backus, was an American artist famous for his vivid Florida landscapes.
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Beanie was mostly self-taught, although he did enjoy two summer stints at the Parsons School of Design in New York City in 1924–25. At Parsons he learned the academic principles of symmetry and design that he had previously explored instinctually. Backus always earned his living through his artistic talent, first as a commercial artist painting signs, billboards and theater marquees, and later encouraged by Dorothy Binney Palmer, his first true patron, to pursue his landscape paintings as a full-time occupation. He painted vivid Florida landscapes, 1950's kitsch images of the ubiquitous hibiscus and other tropical flowers, the beautiful Florida sunset, beach and river scenes and the spectacular vistas of the Everglades.
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Much like a visual journal of his travels, Backus recorded his journeys through his artwork. During WWII, while in the Navy aboard the USS Hermitage, he painted in both watercolor and oils scenes of the South Pacific, the California coast and of the European ports he visited. Later in his life, he created a series of scenes of the Caribbean focusing on the Bahamas, Haiti and—most prolifically—of his second home in Jamaica. Backus spent his entire life studying his subjects; it is because of this passion for wildlife and plants combined with his natural talents that he was able to produce such accurate and captivating paintings.
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Many of Backus' earlier paintings dating from the 1930s to the late 1960s are categorized as being more impressionistic than most of his later works and were often done with a palette knife. Paint was applied to the canvas or board with impetuous and generous strokes. The palette knife was used deftly and with great boldness. The juxtaposition of color next to color created a new and different reality for the viewer. Other than the early 20th century vacationing artists such as Winslow Homer or the Hudson River School icon Herman Herzog, Backus was the first artist to truly see the subtle beauty of Florida and to attempt to capture it on canvas. Backus was the seminal Florida landscape painter. All those who followed were in some way trying to emulate his work.
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As Backus's career progressed, his style evolved into a more refined style that relied more heavily on the brush rather than the palette knife. He spent more time on his later, more romanticized paintings—adding more details and increasingly painting commission pieces for patrons eager to own a Backus-original for themselves.
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