White Mountain Art, Continuing Sale

George McConnell 1852 - 1929

Mt Washington (?) $4,000.00

Oil on canvas; 16" x 26" image
Oakes Scenery

The Banks of the Ammonoosuc $300.00

Print 12" x 7" image
E. W. Parkhurst

Humphrey's Ledge $1,150.00

Oil on panel; 9" x 12" image

Signed lower right.
William F. Paskell 1866 - 1951

Mt Washington from Sunset Hill $4,600.00

Oil on canvas; 24" x 36" image

Signed lower left
John White Allen Scott 1815 - 1907

Moat Mountain $5,150.00

Oil on canvas; 12" x 20" image

Old label on verso.
Jane Cutter Shand C. 1900

Old Man of the Mountain $1,200.00

Watercolor; 14" x 9" image

Signed; unique frame with simulated tree bark and branches.
Frank Henry Shapleigh 1842 - 1906

Mt Washington from the Ellis River and Dolloff Farm $12,800.00

Oil on canvas; 14" x 24" image

Signed lower right; bridge off Route 16 near the Hutman's Trail.

Old Kitchen in Bartlett $20,000.00

Oil on canvas; 10" x 17" image

Signed lower left, dated 1883. Shapleigh painted the interior of many kitchens in New England

showing various historical items. This painting is unique in that it features more than 25 objects.

Shapleigh is depicting a fully equipped 19th century kitchen. An illustrated 25-page descriptive

brochure by art historian Robert Cottrell is included.

Old Barn in Bartlett, NH $16,000.00

Oil on canvas; 10" x 16" image

Signed lower left and on verso, dated 1883. Both the house and barn still stand on Rte 302 at the

western end of Bartlett. The house, built in 1796, is the office for Mountain Home Cabins and the barn

is the office and warming hut for Bear Notch Ski Touring Center, both owned by the Garland family.

The ridgeline is part of Mt. Langdon. It is rare that Shapleigh's barns have positive identification.

Bridge at Jackson $12,500.00

Oil on canvas; 10" x 16" image

Signed lower left, dated 1879. This bridge crossed the Wildcat River a short distance in front of the

Town Hall, built in 1879. The farmer is standing on the west side of the river. The building at middle

right is Jackson's first hotel, The Jackson Falls House, built in 1857. The top of Jackson Falls is upper
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