Quick Reference

Time Period:
Prior to 1928.

Location:
Unknown

Medium:
Oil on Canvas

Type:
Landscape

Category:
Unknown

Size:
20 x 24


Purchased:
Unknown

Provenance:
NA

Noteworthy:

Exhibited at the J. H. Miller Co. Galleries, Springfield, Mass. April 21- May 8, 1928

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Additional Notes

J.H. Miller Article April, 1928
Clipping of the article reviewing the
J.H. Miller Galleries Exhibition

Right: Springfield Union, April 1928, by Jeanette Matthews

This piece was exhibited at the 1928 J. H. Miller Co. Galleries Exhibition along with 37 other paintings and chalk drawings. Click on the article to the right to see the full article.


Below: Springfield Union, Friday, Jan. 6, 1928

“Probably the most striking canvas in the collection, one which catches the eye immediately on account of its life, is Summer Farm by Robert Strong Woodward who was recently elected to membership in the Grand Central Galleries in New York City. Membership in these galleries requires that the applicant paint a picture the value of which is at least $600 and that he shall have indicated ability to maintain this standard. In Summer Farm Mr. Woodward has expertly pictured an old New England farm with red barn and chickens scratching in the yard.”



J.H. Miller Article April, 1928
Clipping of the Springfield Union, January 6, 1928

Boston Globe, May 1929, by A. J. Philpott

"Summer Farm, with its red barn makes a stunning picture."