Thursday, January 31, 2013

Henry Ward Ranger

Henry Ward Ranger (1858-1916) was a landscape artist in the Tonalist school.

 Bradbury's Mill Pond (1903)

 Connecticut Woods (1899)

 High Bridge, New York (1905)


 Oak Tree (1895)

 Spring Woods

 The Woodcutters

 The Cornfield

Long Point Marsh (1910)

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Enoch Wood Perry Jr.

Enoch Wood Perry Jr. (1831-1915) was an American painter of genre scenes and landscapes.

 A Quilting Party (1876)

 The Clock Doctor (1871)

 Talking it Over (1872)

 Vernal Falls, Yosemite Valley (1863)

 The True American

Women Weaving

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Francis Coates Jones

Francis Coates Jones (1857-1932) was an American genre painter specializing in genteel interior scenes.

 An Interesting Story

 Gone But Not Forgotten

 Maine Rocks

 On the Terrace

 The Finishing Touches

 Nymphs in the Woods

 The Gentle Angler

 Woman in Classic Dress

 Woman Arranging Flowers

Monday, January 28, 2013

Hudson River School

 De Witt Clinton Boutelle: Untitled (Hudson River Landscape with Indian)

 Mortimer Smith: Winter Landscape (1878)

 Mortimer Smith: Man in Winter (1886)

 Samuel Colman: Storm King on the Hudson (1866)
[about this painting; includes link to video]

 Samuel Colman: Summer on the Saco, Conway Valley (1865)

Samuel Colman: Sunset, Lake George (ca. 1860)

 Samuel Lancaster Gerry: Mount Chocorua (1849)

 Samuel Lancaster Gerry: Lake Winnipesaukee

Samuel Lancaster Gerry: New England Autumn (1848)

Friday, January 25, 2013


 Dewitt Clinton Boutelle: The Chase (1846)

 George Cooke: City View of Washington from Beyond the Navy Yard (1833)

 James Hamilton Shegogue: Zouave Encampment - qui vive (1860)

 James Hope: Rainbow Falls, Watkins Glen, New York (1871)

 John Elliott Tullidge: A Quiet Nook (1890)

Richard Caton Woodville: The Cavalier's Return (1847)

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Homer Dodge Martin

Homer Dodge Martin (1836-1897) was an American landscape artist most commonly associated with the tonalists though there are some echoes of the Hudson Valley School in his work as well.

 A North Woods Lake (1867)

 Highlands on the Hudson

 Lake George

 In the Housatonic Valley (1850s)

 In the Adirondacks (1881)

 Landscape with Fishermen

 The Iron Mine, Port Henry, New York (ca. 1862)

 Saranac Lake (Morning)

 Sunset, Adirondack Lake (ca. 1870)

Toward the Adirondacks

 The Sand Dunes (1887)

Here's a color-corrected version of the preceding. Which do you prefer?
I haven't seen the original so I don't know which is more accurate.