Arthur R. Herrick
1897-1970, American

Still Life with Peonies
1897-1970, American

A vibrant still life by New England artist Arthur Herrick, oil on canvas, 25 x 30 inches, c. 1950, signed, in the original frame. Herrick studied at The New School of Design in Boston and was an illustrator and designer before taking up painting. He lived in Westmoreland, NH and specialized in plein air landscapes of New Hampshire and Vermont, as well as scenes of the Rockport and Gloucester area of Massachusetts.


Mountain Shadows
1897-1970, American

A beautiful mountain scene by Arthur Herrick measures 16 x 24 inches, oil on board. The artist's estate stamp in on the backing. Herrick lived in Westmoreland, NH and painted many of the surrounding landscapes. Arthur Herrick studied at The New School of Design in Boston and was an illustrator and designer before taking up painting. Many of his scenes are of Rockport, Gloucester and the North Shore of Boston as well as the snow covered mountains of New Hampshire.


The Breakers
1897-1970, American

Oil on masonite, 20 x 24 inches, c. 1950, signed "A R Herrick," in the original frame built by the artist. Herrick was a well known artist in Westmoreland, NH, specializing in plein air landscapes and seascapes of New England. He was a member of the Copley Society of Boston, the Connecticut Academy of Arts and the North Shore Art Association. This dynamic image of crashing surf was most likely painted near Rockport, MA.

Painting

Mountain Shadows
1897-1970, American

A beautiful mountain scene by Arthur Herrick measures 16 x 24 inches, oil on board. The artist's estate stamp in on the backing. Herrick lived in Westmoreland, NH and painted many of the surrounding landscapes. Arthur Herrick studied at The New School of Design in Boston and was an illustrator and designer before taking up painting. Many of his scenes are of Rockport, Gloucester and the North Shore of Boston as well as the snow covered mountains of New Hampshire.

Print

American Badger and Maryland Marmot Woodchuck Groundhog, Old and Young
1785-1851, American

Two hand colored period lithographs, each image size approx. 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, c. 1850, drawn from nature by J.J. Audubon, drawn on stone by W.E. Hitchcock, Printed by J.T. Bowen, Philadelphia. American Badger inscribed: "No. 10" and "Plate XLVII". Maryland Marmot Woodchuck Groundhog inscribed: "No. 1" and "Plate II". Both prints feature very rich original colors, but have tape residue and toning around the edges of the sheet, not effecting the image area. (M)

Drawing

Waterside Study
1848 - 1921, American

Watercolor, image size 6 x 8 1/2 inches. McAuliffe was active in the late 19th century and produced public works especially in Everett, Mass: Roman Catholic Cathedral, St John's; Parlin Library. His specialties were maritime and religious subjects.