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Frants Henningsen (Danish, 1850-1908)
The Captain’s Tales
Oil-on-canvas, signed on the stretcher and dated 1889
Painting: 24 ¾” x 33 ¾”
Henningsen was born in Copenhagen and studied art at the Danish Academy. In 1877, he traveled to Paris and studied with Léon Bonnat...
Anna C. Freeland (American 1837-1911 )
Grapes on the Vine
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left and dated May, 1889
Painting: 24” x 18”
Freeland, best known as a painter of portraits , still lifes and historical figures, created much of her work at a studio in Jackson, New Hampshire. For many years she ran the summer Boston Art School...
Hendricks A. Hallett (American 1847-1921 )
Sailing Vessels at Sunrise
Oil-on-panel, signed lower right
Painting: 20” x 16”
Born in Massachusetts, Hallett studied in Antwerp and Paris. He is best known for his paintings of ships, notable marine events, and seascapes, many along Boston Harbor...
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Clifford Grayson (American 1857-1951 )
Three Vagabonds Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left and dated May, 1889, also signed and titled on the back of the canvas.
The frame retains labels from Thomas A Wilmurt (a frame maker in NYC from 1866-1894), and James S Earle and Son, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia (fine art dealers and framers)
Painting: 34 ½” x 23 ½”
” A painter of genre, especially lonely women and children awa...
Max Weyl (American, 1837-1914)
Oil on Board, signed l.r.
From the Estate of a Toms River Collector
Painting: 8" x 10"
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Max Weyl was born Dec. 1, 1837, in Germany and immigrated with his family to Williamsport, PA in 1853...
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Ann Sophia Towne Darrah (1819 - 1881) Canvas Size: 12.5" x 18" Overall Size: 21" x 27" Pastel portraitist, landscape and marine painter; born in Philadelphia, September 30, 1819; died in Boston in 1881. Mrs. Darrah exhibited regularly at the Boston Athenaeum from 1855 to 1865, as well as the Pennsylvania Academy. The catelogues of the latter institution list her in 1856 as a resident of Philadelphia, in 1858 as of South Charleston (N.H.), and in 1867 as of Boston...
Henry Maidment (British, fl. 1889-1914)
Farm by a Pond
Oil on canvas, signed lower right
Painting: 24" x 30"
Maidment was a painter in oil of rural scenes and landscapes. He also used the pseudonyms of "R. Fenson" and “A. Wynn”. Dated examples of his work have been seen spanning from 1898 until 1914...
American School 19th Century Grapes on a Table with Silver Bowl Oil-on-canvas, signed indistinctly lower left and dated "1891" Painting: 12” x 16” Frame: 16 ¾” x 20 ¾”
Henry Maidment signing as R. Fenson (British, fl. 1889-1914)
Oil on canvas, signed
Painting size: 9” x 12”
Maidment was a painter in oil of rural scenes and landscapes. He is variously catalogued as Robin or Robert Fenson but usually just signed “R. Fenson” in red, often with a date. This was a pseudonym for Henry Maidment who also was known to have signed “A. Wynn”...
Setters on Point
Attributed to Newbold Hugh Trotter (American, 1827-1898)
Oil on Canvas, unsigned
Painting: 14" x 20"
Frame: 18" x 24"
It was not until 1867 that Newbold Trotter turned to painting as a full time occupation. He had been in business in Philadelphia and served in the Germantown Home Guards during the Civil War...
George Cammidge (English 1846-1916)
Sawmill by a River with Figures
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right and dated illegibly, verso stamped with artists’ suppliers’ stencil “Geo Rowney and Co.”
Painting: 14” x 20 ½”
Cammidge was born in Withernsea near Hull in 1846. He studied at the Scarborough School of Art where he lived and died in 1916.
Adelaide Chase (American 1869-1944 )
Portrait of a Woman in White
Oil-on-canvas, signed upper left and inscribed “Painted in Boston 1890” on the stretcher
Painting: 29” x 21 ½”
Chase was a portrait and still life painter, born in Boston, the daughter of artist Joseph Foxcroft Cole. As a child, she was used as a model by Winslow Homer...
Max Weyl (American 1837-1914 )
Sunset on the Marsh
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left
Painting: 19 ¼” x 22 ½”
Max Weyl was born Dec. 1, 1837, in Germany and immigrated with his family to Williamsport, PA in 1853. At this time and after his arrival in Washington, DC in 1861, Weyl earned his living as an itinerant watch repairman...
William Benson (English 1862-1924 )
The Day’s Bag
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower right
Painting: 12” x 16”
The record of Benson’s work shows almost exclusively hunting dogs as his subjects. Typical of many mid 19th century paintings, this work shows two spaniels guarding the day’s kill while patiently waiting the return of their master.
Henry Maidment (British, fl, 1889-1914 )
Pastoral Landscape with Cottage and Ducks by a Pond
Painting: 20” x 30”
Harry Maidment was born in 1868 into a family of cabinet makers in Hoxton, UK. His elder sister Ellen married landscape painter Octavius Thomas Clark. Maidment's work is very similar in style and content to paintings by Octavius and his sons Stanley and Louis...
Henry J. Cottrell (British, 19th Century )
Oil-on-canvas, signed lower left
Painting: 34” x 27”
Henry Cottrell was a Birmingham painter of landscapes and hunt scenes who exhibited from 1882-1924. He exhibited at The Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham and the Walker Art gallery, Liverpool.
British School (Late 19th Century)
Rotten Row, London
Oil-on-canvas, signed with initials and dated “(18)86” lower right
Provenance: Waterhouse & Dodd, London
Painting: 13” 21”
Towards the end of the 17th century, William III established Rotten Row as a safer way to travel between Kensington Palace and St James’s Palace. In 1690, a broad avenue through Hyde Park was created and lit with 300 oil lamps. The lamps served...
Great Falls of the Potomac
William Triplett Davis
Oil on canvas, signed and dated “1908”.
Provenance: from the Estate of Virgil McMahan.
Illustrated: The Artists of Washington, DC 1796-1996 by McMahan, page 57.
A “native son” of Washington, DC, Davis was born and educated in the city before establishing his professional career. Beginning with his education, he studied both at the Corcoran School of Art and under the tute...