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Highlights : Art : Painting

Subcategory Painting contains 13 item(s).

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front Connecticut Valley
c. 1855
George Fuller of Deerfield, Massachusetts, painted portraits in his early career but began painting landscapes such as this view of the Holyoke and Pocumtuck Ranges in the Connecticut Valley when he returned to the family farm.
front Elizabeth Brooks Fuller (1896-1979)
The oil portrait of four-year-old Elizabeth Fuller was painted by Augustus Vincent Tack (1870-1949) in Deerfield, Massachusetts, in 1900.
front Hattie Fuller Abercrombie (1860-1955)
George Fuller (1822-1884) was an accomplished and well-known artist when he painted this formal portrait of his twenty-year-old niece in the subdued colors of the Barbizon school.
front Nathan Negus (1801-1825)
c. 1820
Painter Nathan Negus studied with Boston artists and worked as a portrait and ornamental painter.
front "Looking West At Mount Sugarloaf"
c. 1855
This painting by George Fuller depicts the landscape of Franklin County, Massachusetts, of the mid-1800s.
front "Bouquet"
c. 1944
This painting, by Elizabeth Brooks Fuller (1893-1979), a member of Deerfield's Fuller family, was painted in Deerfield during World War II, when wartime restrictions made her unable to travel to Arizona for the winter.
front Elizabeth Brooks Fuller (1896-1979) painting
Elizabeth Fuller, herself a painter, is shown here, at age twenty-four, in a painting by Irwin D. Hoffman.
front "Negro Nurse with a Child"
This painting by George Fuller of a child having her hair combed by her African American "nurse" was undoubtedly a product of Fuller's travels in the South just before the Civil War.
front "Study by Candlelight"
Parlor music, and piano playing in particular, symbolized good taste and moral respectability throughout the Victorian period.
front "Women of Plymouth"
c. 1893
This preparatory study served as the model for a mural for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago.


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