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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

George Henry Boughton (English born American, 1833 - 1905)


George Henry Boughton was an Anglo-American landscape and genre painter, illustrator and writer.
A leading landscape and genre painter in the United States and Europe, George Henry Boughton did scenes of England, Brittany and The Netherlands. He was also an illustrator of books by Washington Irving including "Rip Van Winkle" and "History of New York" and Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Scarlet Letter." Many of his works were small size, and he is primarily known for paintings that expressed sentimentality in soft, muted tones.
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A Spring Idyll
The lady of the snows

The Sea Breeze
The Sea Breeze
A Wintry Contemplation
Returning from Mass Brittany
Winter Morning
Autumn
The Ferry, a Dainty Fare
Woman on Skates
Winter
Christmas
A Tanagraean Pastoral
Road to Camelot
The Two Farewells
Memories
The Defiance Coach at Hyde Park Corner
The Waning Honeymoon
Nut Brown Maids
The Jealous Suitor
Weeding the Pavement

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