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796. Henry Moore (1831-1895) was the son of portrait painter William Moore. He became an associate member of Royal Academy in 1885 and a full member of the Knight of Legion d' Honneur in 1893. He entered the Royal Academy Schools in 1853, and exhibited his first picture, 'Glen Clunie, Braemar,' there in the same year. He was a constant exhibitor at the Royal Academy from that time onwards. The below oils are from the collection of Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky.




Anon. "Dr. Duncan Campbell"
H. 30" x W. 25" Before Treatment


Henry Moore "Cynthia's Shining Orb"
H. 40" x W. 24" Before Treatment




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797. The Carnegie Center for Art, New Albany, Indiana, and History is home to a collection of 19th and early 20th century painters who were active in the Southern Indiana area. The most important artist in this group is George W. Morrison (1820-1893) who was active in New Albany from 1843 to 1893. Morrison’s career spans Indiana’s emergence from its frontier beginnings, through the Steamboat Era, and on to the start of the Industrial Age. He is represented by 14 paintings in the Carnegie Center’s collection including the two below portraits.

Ferdinand Graham Walker (1859-1927) was born in Mitchell, Indiana. He left the states to attend art school in Paris at the Academie Colarossi and studied with Dagnan-Bouvert, and  Puvis de Chavannes. Upon his return to Washington D.C. Walker began painting portraits of congressman and senators. In the 1890s, he settled in Louisville, Kentucky, where he set up a studio. He retired from painting as a career in 1925 and died in New Albany in 1927.



G. Morrison "J. Shrader"
H. 30" x W. 25" Before


F. Walker "Landscape"
H. 29" x W. 36" Before


G. Morrison "M. Shrader"
H. 30" x W. 25" Before





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798. James Desvarreux Larpenteur (1847-1937) lived in California, Minnesota, Maryland, and  France. He is known for his landscapes often with cattle and sheep but very little is known of his personal life and training. The accompanying image is owned by the Oshkosh Public Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

J. D. Larpenteur "Pastoral Scene"
H. 14" x W. 25" Before Treatment



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799. Glenn Swedlun (1902-1987) was a painter of mainly regional landscapes of the Ozarks, He was born in Illinois and was the son of painter Frederick Ernest Swedlun. It is said that father and son often worked on paintings together. It may be two of the below oils are by the father or were carried out in collaboration. The three oils are owned by the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters, Sinsinawa, Wisconsin.




G. Swedlun "Landscape"
H. 12" x W. 9" Before



J. H. Thompson
"After the Storm"
H. 14" x W. 18" Before


G. Swedlun "Landscape"
H. 12" x W. 9" Before








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800. William Beard (1824-1900) was born in Ohio. He is largely know for painting anthropomorphic, satiric genre scenes with animals engaged in human or humorous activities. From 1856 to 1858 he went to Europe and met and painted with many American artists including Emanuel Leutze, Sanford Gifford, and Albert Bierstadt.  He returned to America where he settled in New York.  He was elected a full member of the National Academy of Design in 1862. The below oils are from the fine collection of the Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama.








William Beard " Mischievous Monkey"
H. 11" x W. 13" Before Treatment


John Chapman "Grape Harvest"
H. 14" x W. 10" Before Treatment






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