19th Century White Mountain School of Art Paintings

19th Century White Mountain School Paintings

Thomas Cole, Attrib

Very Early View of Crawford Notch with Mt. Webster in Distance $5,000.00

Oil on paper, later lined on canvas 13.5" x 10.25" at JHS image

Attributed to Cole or the circle of Thomas Cole. Canvas stamp "E. Mc. DERMOTT /


Harrison Bird Brown 1831 - 1915

Mt Washington from Frankenstein Trestle $650.00

Lithograph 15" x 20" at JHS image

Lithograph by Gray Lithograph Company after a painting by Harrison B. Brown, dated 1890.

Pencil inscription HB Brown lower right.

Benjamin Crackbone Champney 1817 - 1907

Man Haying Near Pinkham Notch $3,000.00

Oil on canvas 10" x 16" online only image

Signed lower left; gold leaf reproduction frame.

Puddin Brook $600.00

Charcoal and Chinese white sketch; 7.5" x 10.5"; at JHS image

Unsigned. C 1890. Typed letter about Champney by Phyllis F. Greene, a major Champney

collector in the Valley, dated 1973.

Almost Home $600.00

Watercolor; 13" x 10.5" online only image

Signed lower right. Contemporar frame.

Mt. Chocorua from Lake Chocorua $700.00

Prang Chromolithograph on canvas; 15" x 24" at JHS image

Original Prang label on stretcher "MOUNT CHOCURUA" [sic]

Robert Spear Dunning 1829 - 1905

Artist Painting in the White Mountains $3,300.00

Oil on canvas, lined on Masonite; 10" x 17" online only image

Signed lower right. Proper reproduciton frame; Dunning was a co-founder of the Fall River

School of Still Life Painting.

D.A. Fisher ? - after 1904

Old Barn along the River $600.00

Oil on board; 16" x 20" online only image

Signed lower left.

Francis Seth Frost 1825 - 1902

Fisherman on the Saco $4,500.00

Oil on canvas; 22" x 35 at JHS image

Signed lower right.

Winkworth Allan Gay 1821 - 1910

White Mountain Range from Shelburne, N.H. $4,850.00

Oil on board; 8 1/4" x 12 1/4"; online only image

Circa 1865. Original style reproduction frame. Gay on of the first American artists to

promote Barbizon style of landscape painting. Solf William Vareika Fine Arts, Newport, RI.
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