“Painted in summer 1945. Studio window picture of little east windows beside balcony glass door (this door not showing) showing bunches of grapes outside the glass at the upper left, three pink geraniums in pots on shelves, blue glass anvil, Connick’s medallion, etc. Sconce candle stick on strip of all between the windows etc. Putts Hill in summer beautifully painted outside with Lilly’s farm. Bought through the G.C.A.G in Oct. 1945, by Mrs. Harold S. Lloyd, Beechside Ave., Greens Farms, Connecticut. (I think this is the Harold Lloyd of movie fame)”
Charles Connick was a painter, muralist, designer and worker in stained glass, born in Springboro, Pennsylvania and settled in the Boston area where he was active in the Boston Art Club, the Mural Painters, and the Copley Society.
For more information click on Charles Connick: please see the following links below:
The Charles J. Connick Stained Glass Foundation
To see a stained glass window by Charles Connick: in the
Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago Click Here