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Painting

A Woodland Spring
1857-1927, American

This is a richly painted, atmospheric woodland scene by the New England artist Joseph H. Greenwood. Oil on board, 6 x 8 inches, 1898, signed and dated on the lower right. Greenwood started out as a factory worker and then a teacher and eventually became Worcester's most noted landscape painter who preferred to paint the natural beauty of rural New England's four seasons. He was influenced by his contemporaries, George Inness and Willard Metcalf and studied in the Boston area with R. Swain Gifford and John Appleton Brown.

Print

Edge of the Pines #2
1864-1955, American

This etching by the Mid West artist, Charles Dahlgreen measures 7 1/2 x 5 7/8 inches and is pencil signed and titled. Dahlgreen attended the Art Institute of Chicago and studied under Frederick W. Freer. Like many Mid West artists, he spent time in the artists' colony of Brown County, Indiana which was formed in the early 1900s by artists who were attracted by the undisturbed picturesque landscape known as Peaceful Valley.

Drawing

Treetops
1872- c.1950, American

A fine sketch by Dexter Dawes measuring 10 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches on medium weight drawing paper. A small unfinished sketch of trees is on the reverse. Dawes spent many summers in the Marlboro, NH area drawing and painting the incredible natural beauty that surrounded him.