Virtual View: A Springtime Awakening with Selected Works from Hawthorne Fine Art

  • April 07, 2020 15:00

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RALPH A. BLAKELOCK (1847---- 1919) White House with Rainbow, 1867. Oil on canvas, 6 x 12 inches, Signed and dated 1867, lower right
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JOSEPHINE MILES LEWIS (1865---- 1959) Red Chrysanthemums. Oil on canvas, 18 x 22 inches, Signed lower right
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ELMER ELLSWORTH GARNSEY (1862---- 1946) Shepherdess in a Field, 1899. Oil on canvas, 14 x 18 inches, Signed and dated 1899, lower right.
AILEEN PHILLIPS SHANNON (1888---- 1964) Bowl of Roses. Oil on canvas, 11½ x 16 inches, Signed and dated 1905, lower left
Abbott Fuller Graves (1859-1936) The Cottage Garden. Oil on canvas, 25 1/4 x 30 1/8 inches. Signed lower right.
MARTHA WALTER (1875---- 1976) Filtered Sun, Luxembourg Gardens. Watercolor on paper, 6 x 6½ inches, Signed lower right.
Frederick Carl Frieseke (1874-1939) In the Afternoon. Oil on canvas, 26 x 32 inches. Signed lower left
WILSON H. IRVINE (1869---- 1936) Spring. Oil on canvas, 24 x 28 inches, Signed lower left.
MARY LANE MCMILLAN (1883---- 1976) The Garden Path. Watercolor on paper, 16 x 11 inches, Signed lower right
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In celebration of the warmth and rejuvenation of the Springtime, New York's Hawthorne Fine Art presents an online viewing devoted to the beauty of the season.

As a season representing renewal and rebirth, many American artists took inspiration from spring’s botanical splendor and explored the subject through a variety of genres, including still-life, and figural or uninhabited works featuring either cultivated or wild landscapes, as presented in the gallery's selections. Many of the works included were painted by historic female artists. All artist biographies can be read online at hawthornefineart.com.

Hawthorne Fine Art LLC is a Manhattan based gallery that specializes in 19th and early 20th century American Art. Artworks are selected for their quality, beauty, and rarity and priced competitively for the market. The gallery curates paintings with strong academic scholarship and provides all clients with insight into the value of the work by elucidating its place within the artist’s larger body of work as well as the artist’s position in the market and more broadly, within the history of American art.

Hawthorne Fine Art is located at 135 East 57th Street, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10022 and is open by advanced appointment only. Phone 212.731.0550 or email  info@hawthornefineart.com.

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