Redfield & Redfield explores the legacy of landscape painting across two generations by showcasing the work of Palos Verdes plein air painter Thomas H. Redfield, Jr., alongside a sampling of historical artwork by his great-grandfather, acclaimed Pennsylvania Impressionist Edward Willis Redfield.

Thomas H. Redfield, Jr. is a landscape painter who continues an American and family tradition of plein air painting in an Impressionist style. His dedication to traditional landscape painting has earned him membership in the Portuguese Bend Artist Colony. Formed in 1998, the Colony has included artists Stephen Mirich, Daniel Pinkham, Vicki Pinkham, Amy Sidrane, Kevin Prince, Richard Humphrey, and Redfield.

Redfield has exhibited at the Pasadena Museum of Art, the Autry Museum of the American West, the Muckenthaler Cultural Center, and Malaga Cove Library. His painting are in private and corporate collections throughout California and the West.

Edward Willis Redfield (1869 –1965), was an American Impressionist painter and seminal member of the art colony in New Hope, Pennsylvania. He is best known for his rural winter scenes of the New Hope countryside, and depictions of Monhegan Island, Maine. Redfield is acknowledged as a historically significant member of the Pennsylvania School of Landscape Painters, who strove to create an authentic American style of painting.

Redfield’s paintings are in many public collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, among others. He is regarded as one of the most decorated American artists of the twentieth century.