a flat meadow which is enclosed by a ditch across which leads
a bridge with a rough wooden railing.
Signed at the left, E. Van Mabcke.
Height, 10 inches; length, 13 inches.
J. IX CHALFANT
U2â€”A GOOD STORY
Two old friends are seated opposite one another at a small
antique table, cheered by a bottle of cliampagne which they are
apparently emptying with great relish. One of tliem is relating
a humorous tale with gusto, and the point of the story is ap-
parently just reached. It is evidently a studio interior, for the
wall at the back is covered with a collection of weapons, pictures,
costumes and sketches.
Signed tit the riiiht. 3. D. Chalfant.
Ileif/ht, 11^2 inches; length, 15 inches.
CATALOGUE NO. 142
A GOOD STORY
J. D. CHALFANT
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J. FRANCIS MURPHY, N.A.
USâ€” SUNSET AFTER A RAIN
A rain-stomi has swept over a wooded country, soaking the
earth and filhng a shallow place with water which in the fore-
ground reflects the light of the sky- The sun is setting on the
left behind a mass of trees, rich with autumn coloring, and the
confused mass of drifting clouds in the sky is accented here and
there by brilliant flashes of warm light.
Signed at the left, J. Keaxcis Murphy, '98.
Heiyht, 10 inches; length, \i inches.
This is a study of a young lady in church, seen in profile
down to the waist. Slie wears a straw hat trimmed with brown
ribbon and a lavender dress of figured silk, and holds a small
prayer book in her hands. In the background beyond a white
column is seen a gothic window witli stained glass, and a wor-
shipper seated in a pew.
Signed nl the lower right, R. Creifelds.
Height, 14 inches; width, 10 inches.
M. F. H. DE HAAS, N.A.
lJt5â€”A RAINY DAY OFF STAR ISLAND
It is a stormy day on the coast and the surf is tumbhng in
on the sands in the foreground. Moored in the shallow water
just beyond the line of the breakers is a fishing sloop with low-
ered sails and the two occupants are busy preparing to land their
catch. The horizon is lost in the driving rain and through the
mist are seen the ghostly forms of sailing craft buffeted by
Signed at the left, M. V. H. de Haas, N.A.
Height, 14 inches; length, 22 inches.
GEORGE IXNESS, N.A.
U6â€”CAMP IN THE ADIRONDACK'S
In a dense forest, among great robust tree-trunks, a canvas
tent has been erected and a gleam of sunlight strikes full upon
it, bringing it into luminous contrast against the deep tones of
the foliage beyond. In the shadow of the tent is the figure
of a man seated, and standing near by is a colored servant in a
red shirt. On the left a couple wander off into the wood, the
lady wearing a red shawl.
iiigned at the left, G. Inness.
Height, llYa inches; length, \iVz inches.
CATALOGUE NO. 14G
CAMP IN THE ADIRONDACKS
GEORGE INNESS, N.A.
CATALOGUE NO. 145
A RAINY DAY OFF STAR ISLAND
M. F. H. DE HAAS, N.A.
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147â€” THE OLD, OLD STORY
A maiden in short pink petticoat, brocade jacket and stiff
bodice, is resting on a stone garden seat, one hand on her lap
and the other idly hanging over a large brass jar. Her lover
has taken the opportunity to steal up at the back and is evidently
urging his suit.
Siffiud III the rUjht, M. Duboy, Pahis, 1893.
Height, IG inches; width, 13 inches.
14sâ€” WINDING THE SKEIN
A young lady and her lover are seated on the stone slab
forming a seat at the base of a great stone vase in a garden;
he holds a skein of silk while she winds it into a ball. They are
dressed in rich silk costumes of the eighteenth century.
Signed at the ri(/ht, M. Dubov, Paris, 1893.
Height, IG inches; width, \0 inches.
CARLETON WTGGIXS, A.N.A.
U9â€”THE PASTURE IN THE MEADOWS
In the foreground are two cows in sunlight, a red and white
one lying down and a black and white one standing up. Be-
yond the animals is a pond and across it a stretch of flat meadow
boi'dered by a wood. Several isolated trees rise against the sky,
which is broken b}' luminous cloud forms.
Signed at the left, Cari-etox Wiccins.
U('i(/lil, 12 inches; length, IS inches.
J. FRAXCIS MUEPHY, X.A.
Broad shafts of warm light radiate over the cloud_y sky from
the focus near the horizon and the glow of sunset bathes the
whole landscape, the luminous clouds reflecting strongly in a
pool in the foreground near whicli on the right are a few strag-
gling trees. Clumps of bushes and willows break the flat waste
of the pasture here and there and bunches of dried weeds and
grass make accents of strong autumn color in the patches of
Signed nl the left, J. Francis Mi-rimiv, '07.
Height, U inches; length, lOi^ inches.
CATALOGUE NO 149
THE PASTURE IN THE MEADOWS
CARLETON WIGGINS, A.N.A.
CATALOGUE NO. 150
J. FRANCIS MURPHY, N.A.
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IRVING E. WILES, N.A.
151â€” A LADY IN GREEN
A young lady dressed in a dark green velvet jacket, pale
green silk skirt and an embroidered, close-fitting cap, sits in pro-
file with her left hand under her chin and her elbow resting on
her knee. The simple dark background is relieved by part of
a red curtain which hangs on the right.
Signed at the upper right, Irving R. Wiles.
Height, 14 inches; width, 10 inches.
CHARLES HARRY EATOX, A.X.A.
152â€” AT THE LAKESIDE
From the foreground the sedgy shore of a lake leads to the
middle distance where stands a country house with a walled gar-
den, near a flat meadow. On the low grassy bank at the left is
a small wood in autumn foliage and beyond the house is a clump
of trees. A range of hills forms the horizon in the far distance.
The sky is covered with simple gray clouds and the light is con-
centrated near the horizon.
Signed at (he left, C. Harry Eaton.
Height, 11 inches: length, \'Vg inches.
J. FIIANCIS MUEPHY, N.A.
153â€” EARLY FALL
On the left is a group of trees rich with the color of early
autumn, prominent among them a slender white birch which
raises its top high above the others. The trees stand on the
edge of a broad, flat meadow through which meanders a narrow
streamlet. In the distance is a great wood with nestling farm-
houses and over all the landscape is the delicate haze of the
Sifjned nt the Irfl. J. Fbaxcis >[rRriiv, "OS.
Iliii/lil, 11 iiirhea: lenijlh. 19 iiirhfs.
JAMES M. HART, N.A.
154â€” THE PASTURE
In a broad marshy meadow a herd of five cows and two
calves arc grazing on the rich grass which grows between ir-
regular pools of water in the full sunshine of a summer day. On
the left is an enclosing wall with a line of huge elms ; and in the
summer haze, in the distance, is suggested a farm-house and a
distant hillside. Soft clouds lazily float in the sky below a thin
veil of vapor which softens the blue above.
Siffned at the r'ujht, James M. Hart.
Heiijht. It) inches; lemjth, 2\ inches.
CATALOGUE NO. 153
J. FRANCIS MURPHY, NA.
CATALOGUE NO. 154
JAMES M. HART, N.A.
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HEXKI LOUIS DUPKAY
155â€” A MARSHAL OF FRANCE, 1810
In the foreground is a group of mounted officers, consisting
of two hussars and four others wearing dark blue uniforms and
large chapeaux, the leader of whom is mounted on a white horse
and is apparently giving orders to the hussar officer at his side.
In the distance is a detachment of grenadiers marching away.
The sky is darkened by the smoke of battle.
Signed at the rujht, H. Duphay.
Height, 16 inches; width, 12 inches.
WILLIAM MOEGAX, A.N.A.
This is the head and bust of a fair-haired young girl, some-
what smaller than life. She wears a red kerchief on her head
and a pale blue wrapper around her shoulders. Her eyes are
cast down and her head is inclined to the right, showing the
face in three-quarters view.
Signed at the left, W. Mobgav.
Height, 18 inches; width, 14 inches.
WIN8LOW llOMEE, N.A.
A hastily dug line oi' intrcnclimcnts straggles away from
thu foreground in a scries of zigzags until it is lost in tl
distance. Confederate infantrymen crowd together in the ditch :
a darky sitting on a stump picks a banjo; a solitary sentinel
watches the Federal lines, which arc marked bj' little puffs of
smoke in the desolate waste of tree stumps and muddy earth, and
the focus of the composition is the figure of a young soldier who,
with unquenchable military ardor, has leaped upon the breast-
work and is shouting defiance to the enemy. All around are
the scars of a vigorous campaign and the landscape suggests the
awful misery of war.
SSii/ncd at the left, Hojieii, 1801.
lUiijht, \2 inches; lemjth, 20 inches.
DAVID JOllXSON, X.A.
158â€” NEAR CHAPINVILLE, COXNECTICUT
A winding stream has cut a deep channel in the soft earth
of a meadow where many cattle feed on the sparse verdure.
Great willows overhang the stream and mark the course of it
through the meadow in the middle distance. Near the low hori-
zon the light breaks through a mass of gray clouds which
partly cover the sky.
Signed tit the left, X).
Jfeiiihl. 1-' inchcx: lenijth, 15 inches.
CATALOGUE NO. 157
WINSLOW HOMER, N.A.
CATALOGUE NO. 158
NEAR CHAPINVILLE, CONNECTICUT
DAVID JOHNSON, N.A.
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iwirk and is shouting defiance to the c round are
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GEOP.GE IXNESS, ^ST.A.
159â€” IN THE WOODSâ€” TWILIGHT
It is a remote spot in a wild bit of woodland where the under-
growth is rank and there is a tangle of brambles and rougli
vegetation. Through this wood winds a narrow stream and its
course makes an opening in the growth through which is seen
a broad patch of blue sky and distant trees. The sunlight strikes
the foreground, bringing into prominence two slender tree trunks
and the figure of a woman who is half hidden bv the under-
growth through which she is walking.
fUjineil ut Ihc rir/ht, G. Inness.
Height, 11% inrhis: hiirilh. 17 inches.
J. FRAN^CIS MUEPHY, N.A.
160â€” EVENING GLOW
In the middle distance an irregularly shaped pond reflects
the warm glow of a sunset sky, throwing into relief the slender
trunks of a row of trees on the left and contrasting against the
purple hills and woods in the distance. On the right is a strag-
gling bit of wood ; and the foreground, which is in shadow, is
broken by rocks, bunches of autumn-tinted bushes and a narrow
Signed al the left, J. Fraxcis Murpiiy, '95.
Height, II inches; length, 10 inches.
JEHAN GEOEGES VIBEET
Under a Moorish archway in front of a panel of elaborately
decorated tiles stands a Spanish girl dressed in a gorgeous cos-
tume of purple, red and orange, with her head thrown back, her
left hand on her hip and her right raising a fold of her petticoat.
Signed at the left, J. G. Vibert.
Height, l^Vz inches; loidlh, 12 inches.
ALEXANDER II. WYANT, N.A.
162â€” A GRAY EVENING
It is a broad, flat country with here and there a marshy spot.
Under a group of tall trees on the left is a tiny cottage, the only
sign of human life in tlic landscape. On the right the irregular
plain stretches away to the horizon and in the sky above is a
strong accent of white light in a great rift among the storm
clouds. This accent is echoed in a marshy pool in the fore-
ground where the water gleams among the reeds and grass.
Signed at the left, A. H. Wyaxt.
Ilriiilil, H iiirhex: lemitli. 10 inches.
CATALOGUE NO. 161
JEHAN GEORGES VIBERT
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CHAELES HAlUiY EATON, A.N.A.
163â€” THE VILLAGE IN THE VALE
In the foreground is a small pond bordered by rushes and
weeds and on the right a low grassj' bank with a clump of trees.
The focus of the composition is a village nestled among the trees
in the distance where a strong gleam of sunlight strikes a rich
meadow and accents the white gables of the buildings. The sky
is full of soft, rolling clouds.
Signed at the rigid, C. Harry Eatox.
Height, 13Vi inches; length, 19% inches.
16 ASP R IX G
A young lady in pink silk dress and spotted white muslin
overskirt and fichu stands near a stone basin in a garden, arrang-
ing a branch of spring blossoms in her hair and watching the
effect of it in the mirror of the water. Her lover, in late
eighteenth centui-y costume, has climbed upon a stone seat and
plucks another branch from a tree.
Signed at the left, Maztxi.
Ilcii/ht. 18 inches: width, l.S inches.
165â€” DOMESTIC BLISS
Seated between an open doorway and a fireplace in which a
copper kettle is steaming over a small fire is a mother holding
in her lap a half-nude infant lying asleep. Tiic woman has a
red kerchief around her shoulders and a rough apron over her
knees. A friendly cat nestles near her feet and a half -open
basket near by discloses various articles of wearing apparel.
Through the open door is a glimpse of a sunlit garden.
Sif/ned at the rUjht, LÂ£ox Caii.i.e.
Ueiyht, 18 inches; width, 15 inches.
JOHN W. CASILEAE, N.A.
I66â€”PEC0NIC, LONG ISLAND
A grass-grown swale with a rich growth of low bushes sweeps
around from the foreground to the right, past a rank of sturdy
elms headed by a great oak under which are two men standing
and a woman seated in the sunlight. Beyond the row of trees
is a sunlit field; still farther away a farm-house stands among the
trees, and on the distant horizon is a line of low hills. Tiie upper
part of the sky is simple, and lower down are great masses of
sunlit omnulus clouds. t
Si(,ii,'d at the left. J. W. C, 'fi?.
Ilfif/ht, 1(! inches: Icnt/th, ?t inches.
CATALOGUE NO. 165
CATALOGUE NO. 166
PECONIC, LONG ISLAND
JOHN W. CASILEAR, N.A.
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BliUCE CPvANE, K.A.
167â€” A DECEMBER SUNSET
In a well-wooded country the snow has covered the fields
many inches deep and the water of the brook wliich zigzags to
the foreground looks cold and repellent. On tlic right is a mass
of leafless trees, some of them with stui'd^' trunks and branches.
On the left there is a low line of woods, purple in the distance,
and, above, the sun setting behind a veil of thin clouds.
Signed at the right, Bbuce Crane.
Height, H inches; length, -iO inches.
AllTHUR PAIITOX, N.A.
166â€” THE EDGE OF THE ORCHARD
A shallow brook flows diagonally across the foreground, past
the end of a stone wall enclo.sing a grass_v field where an apple
tree is in full bloom. In the shadow of this tree a boy is fishing
with a short rod, and beyond the tree is a grass-covered, sunlit
slope with other trees in blossom in the middle distance. The
sky is partly covered with drifting clouds and in the horizon is
a wood, purple in the haze of summer.
Signed at the left, .\rthuh Partox.
Height , 16 inches; length, 23 inches.
JAN y. CllELMlNSKI
1 GOâ€” INQUIRY
Tliree mounted hussars have halted on tlie edge of a great
field where peasants are ploughing with oxen and horses. The
nearest peasant has left his plough and, hand to his cap, is
running to answer the questions of one of the soldiers. In the
distance, at the high horizon, is a wide, flat grass-covered field
with scattered coppices and a farm-house on the right. A few
spots of blue break through the rosy clouds.
Signed at the left, Jan Chelmixski. 1884.
Ueight, 15 inches; length, 21 inches.
RALPH ALBERT BLAKELOCK
noâ€” THE STORY OF THE BUFFALO HUNT
In a hollow in the ground at the edge of a forest, three In-
dians are seated at the foot of a clump of gnarled trees, and a
fourth, on the right, is breaking branches to build a fire which
he is laying under a bank in the shelter of a low growth on the
rocks. The horizon is a stretch of level plain and the sky is
covered with thin clouds.
Signed at the left, R. A. Blakei.ock.
Height, l(i inches; length, 31 inches.
CATALOGUE NO. 169
JAN V. CHELMINSKI
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HOMER D. MARTIN, N.A.
171â€” EARLY MORNING
A rough piece of waste land extends across the foregi-ound
and here and there are small isolated trees. Beyond is the reach
of a river crossed by a stone-arciied bridge, and on the left, in
the distance, is suggested a line of low wooded elevations. Near
the horizon the sky is still gray and indefinite in form, and a few
degrees toward the zenith the morning light extends in a broad
band across the sky and touches the clouds with a soft, rosy light.
Signed at the riyht, Homeb Martin, 1881.
Height, 16 inches; length, 24 inches.
FRANK FOWLER, N.A.
172â€” FEEDING HER PETS
Standing in a narrow path which leads to a rustic cottage,
a young girl in a pink dress is feeding white pigeons who flutter
about her and perch on her iiand. The rude porch of the cot-
tage is overgrown with vines and behind it are large trees in
summer foliage. In front of the porcli is a tiny garden with a
low box hedge and a large earthen vase on a white base.
Signed nt the left, P'rask Fowi.er. 1883.
Height, 20 inches; vjidth, 15 inches.
ALEXAXDEll H. WYANT, N.A.
173â€” A GOLD EX HOUR
A sandy path leads from the foreground to a coppice of
young growth whicli extends across the picture, showing bej'ond,
in the horizon, a range of iiills. Diaphanous clouds cover the
sky in broken forms and the whole is flooded with the diffused
light from the sun, which is high in the heavens.
Signed at the riyht, A. H. Wyant.
Height, 16 inches; length, 20 inches.
ALEXANDER H. WYANT, N.A.
mâ€”KEENE VALLEY, XEW HAMPSHIEE
A rough pasture broken by a sandy cart track and by occa-
sional rocks extends across the foreground. On the right is a
rank of trees, the nearest one brought into relief by a gleam of
sunlight, and on the left are the end of a wood and a few scat-
tered trees on the horizon. The sky is turbulent, and near the
middle of it the light breaks through the clouds from the sun,
which is near the zenith.
Signed at the left, A. H. Wyant.
Heiyhl, -0 inches; length, 28 inches.
CATALOGUE NO. 173
A GOLDEN HOUR
ALEXANDER H. WYANT, N.A.
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I H. WYANT, N.A.
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175â€” NO EASY PREY
A swallow has built its nest under the stone ledge of an open-
ing in a wall and a large gray and white cat has stolon up to
the ledge and crouches there watching for the swallow to flutter
out of its nest, hoping to seize it in its first fliglit. The sunlight
strikes the head and shoulders of the cat and brings into strong
relief a branch of ivy growing against the wall on the left.
ijigned at the left, Hexriette Rosner.
Jli'i(/lit, -^Mi inrlies; width, IT inches.
1 76â€” SPRINGTIME
In a narrow path, through green growing wheat, a lady is
walking, holding a blue parasol over her head. On either side
of the path are straggling apple trees in bloom, and beyond is
a church with a few houses near it, and in the distance is rising
ground with a heavy growth of trees. The sky is covered with
gray clouds broken occasionally by spots of light.
Sifftied at the left, A. Defacx.
Height, \9V2 inches; length, ?nV2 inches.
GEOEGE INNESS, N.A.
177â€” SUNLIT WOODS
Shafts of strong sunliglit penetrate the dense foliage of a
wood where slender trees grow from a deep carpet of moss and
fleck the leaves here and there with strong accents and spread
a mysterious, glowing haze over the whole landscape.
/Signed at the right, G. Inness.
Height, 2i inches; width, 16 inchei.
GEORGE INNESS, N.A.
17Sâ€” VIADUCT AT LARICHA, ITALY
On the right is a tall stone viaduct with a double row of
many arches spanning a deep ravine, and jicross it the highway
leads to a populous town. On the left are steep, wooded hill-
sides and in the distance two rounded summits meeting a sky
full of large cloud masses.
Signed at the right, G. Innkss.
Height, Ifi inches; length, 20 inches.
CATALOGUE NO. 178
VIADUCT AT LARICHA, ITALY
GEORGE INNESS, N.A.
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179â€” IN THE ADIRONDACKS
The stony bank of a lake, well grown with trees, with scat-
tered bushes and rough grass, rises diagonally aci'oss the picture
from the foreground ; and between the trunks and branches of
the trees, which are almost bare of foliage, is seen the placid
mirror of a lake, with the roof of a house among rounded trees
Signed at the right, Julian Rix.
Height, 26 inches; width, 18 inches.
FIDELIA BRIDGES, A.N.A.
180â€” INDIAN CORN
This is a study, about half the size of nature, of a few
hills of corn in tassel. The broad twisted leaves shine with re-
flected light from the sky and a number of swallows flutter about
the tassels or perch on the blossoms to feed on the pollen.
Signed at the right, F. Bridges, 1878.
Height, 28 inches; width, 1 JVi inches.
DAVID JOHNSON, N.A.
J SIâ€” VIEW AT DRESDEN, LAKE GEORGE
A broad pebbly beacli runs diagonally across the foreground
to a clump of birches and a wooded point on the left. Just out
of reach of Lhe lapping wavelets a row-boat is drawn up and
lies on its side. A small white paddle-wheel steamer is seen across
the rippling waters of the lake at the foot of a high cliff in the
range of rocky hills which form a high barrier beyond. From
an opening in the rolling clouds whicli cover the sky the sunlight
strikes on the distant hills and on the immediate foreground.
Sii/iicfl nl the rUjhl . D, '74.
Ildghl, 13 inches: Jenrjih, 23 inches.
E. P. BETIXE-DELLECOUE
182â€” FIELD ARTILLERY IN ACTION
A two-gun section of a field battery is in action on a half-
ploughed plateau in a cultivated country. The men are training
the near gun by lifting the muzzle and pulling at the wheels, and
the piece in the distance is almost ready to fire. In the fore-
ground an officer sits on a large brown horse, witli a field glass
in his left hand, holding in his right the reins and a folded
map which he is diligently studying. Clouds of smoke drift
away on the right and a long line of wooded hills meets the sim-
ple sky in the distance.
Signed at the rif/lit. K. BKRNE-BEi,i.EcorR, lft9-3.