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by Martha J Hoppin
Author: Martha J Hoppin
Publisher: George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum; 1st edition (1989)
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Unknown Binding, 56 pages. Published October 28th 1989 by George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum (first published 1989).
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'Country Paths and City Sidewalks: The Art of J. G. Brown'' is primarily a historical document. John George Brown was born to a working-class family near Durham, England, in 1831, and immigrated to the United States in 1853; the crucial reasons why he came and why he remained until his death in 1913 are not explored in the catalogue essay by Martha J. Hoppin, the curator of American art at the Springfield (Mass. Museum of Fine Arts, who organized this traveling show.
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Country Paths and City Sidewalks: The Art of . Description: Chores signed 'J. Brown, NA' lower left oil on canvas 30 x 25in. Brown, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1989, p. 28) His genre pictures of children, which he painted in the latter half of the nineteenth century, achieve this goal. Although his reputation faded somewhat after his death, Brown enjoyed enormous success during his lifetime. Country Paths and City Sidewalks, pp. 16-17) Each of these characteristics, from the bare feet to the rumpled straw hat, describes the two boys in Chores. Perhaps the most striking characteristics are the happy expressions on their faces.
George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, . Sivu 3 FOREWORD ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum is proud to present the first major retrospective exhibition of paintings by 19th century American artist John George Brown. Revered in his lifetime for his. Brown Martha J. 45. Cat. no. 29 46. 35 29.
I love the way the bushes are leaning in and over the path. Some lovely foxgloves and wild flowers apear to flourish in the sheltered banks of the pathway. This was taken in South West Pembrokeshire (uk) on a days walk through the countryside this sumer (2005).