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Kenneth R. Nunamaker (American, 1890-1957), "Stone House, Tuckamony Farm", oil on canvas laid down on board, signed, 20th century

Kenneth R. Nunamaker (American, 1890-1957), "Stone House, Tuckamony Farm", oil on canvas laid down on board, signed, 20th century

Item Description:

The reverse signed "Nunamaker" and inscribed "August 1926", stretcher inscribed "Tuckamony Farm, New Hope..." in red marker, depicting a stone house on Tuckamony Farm, near the Quaker Meetinghouse in New Hope, Pennsylvania, framed

Condition:

Cleaned and varnished by a conservator hired by the current owner three years ago. Please contact cataloging@lofty.com for specific condition questions.

Provenance:

From the artist to the Perrier Family of New Hope, Pennsylvania

Purchased from the Perrier Estate by the current owner

Dimensions:

Sight: Height 8 in. x Width 10 in.

About The Artist:

Kenneth Nunamaker was a member of the Pennsylvania Impressionist school, a group of painters who gathered in the New Hope, Pennsylvania, area at the beginning of the 20th century. These artists painted landscapes using the short brush strokes, bold colors, and devotion to the plein-air style that was characteristic of all Impressionists.

Pennsylvania Impressionists frequently painted the barns, hills and valleys in the area, and especially favored Fall and Winter scenes.

 

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