Contemporary White Mountain Paintings


Grant Hacking

Fall Light $9,200.00

Oil on canvas 24" x 36" image

Looking from the covered bridge where the Saco and the Swift Rivers join.

Looking to the Notch $1,200.00

Oil on panel 9" x 12" image

Summer Afternoon $950.00

Oil on canvas 8" x 10" image

Mount Chocorua

Erick Ingraham

Room with a View, Mt Washington Hotel $2,800.00

Oil on canvas 17 5/8" x 35 5/8" image

Ingraham was born in Philadelphia, PA and has become a well-established Monadnock region artist in New

Hampshire, not only for his children's book illustrations, but for his detailed landscapes as well. Oil on canvas,

signed lower right, also signed and titled on verso label, and housed in a simple black wooden frame.

Early Snow on Mt Washington $11,500.00

Oil on canvas 36" x 36" image

Ingraham was born in Philadelphia, PA and has become a well-established Monadnock region artist in New

Hampshire, not only for his children's book illustrations, but for his detailed landscapes as well. Oil on canvas,

signed lower right, and housed in a beautiful wooden frame with gold inset.

Erik Koeppel

Jackson village from the Wentworth Barn $3,600.00

Oil on panel 10" x 16" image

This was painted outdoors from a position behind the barn on the way up to Jackson Falls. It includes the Jackson

Community Church, a bit of the old Library mostly covered with foliage, and the Sunnyside Cottage at the

Wentworth. Rumor has it that the "barn" used to house dance instruction for guests of the hotel. It has also been used

as a horse barn and wood shop. The tree is a very old elm. There aren't too many of those around anymore.

White Horse Ledge from Echo Lake $900.00

Walnut ink & gouache on paper 8" x 10" image

Mr. Washington from the Wildcat Ridge $3,200.00

Oil on panel 11" x 14" image

This was painted outdoors. I hiked a couple miles up the Wildcat Ridge Trail (which leaves from the Glen Ellis

parking lot) to a prominent ledge with a sweeping view of Mt. Washington. Mts. Adams and Madison are visible to

the left, as well as the usual features of Mt. Washington from this angle.

View Over Jackson, NH $4,400.00

Oil on panel 16" x 24" image

This is a studio painting made from a drawing done from a spot on the walk down Carter Notch Road from Jackson

Falls. I shortened a couple of the pines to open the view of the mountains, and removed several trees to increase the

visibility of the town. Mountains visible from this point are (left to right) South Moat, North Moat, Attitash, (also part

of Bear Mt. I believe), the Bartlett Haystack, and Ducks Head.
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