Quick Reference

Time Period:
Painted around 1920.

Location:
Redgate Studio

Medium:
Oil on Canvas

Type:
Landscape

Category:
Woods

Size:
40 X 50

Exhibited:
N. A. D.
'exhibited... about the country"

Purchased:
"never sold"

Provenance:
N/A

Noteworthy:

This piece followed Between Setting Sun and Rising Moon and Evening Silence, all them 40 x 50.

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Featured Artwork: Through The Night

RSW's Diary Comments

“Painted around 1920. A large upright 40 x 50 of very dark deep blue moonlit winter woods with a loaded sled with a lantern light spot on it, passing through the sled tracks of the foreground. Painted in Redgate just before it burned, following my Hallgarten Prize 40 x 50 and the 40 x 50 Evening Silence (exhibited at Carnegie International) with the tall decorative night woods outside ‘Redgate’ windows as the theme. Exhibited at N. A. D. annual exhibition about1920 the spring they held their show at the Brooklyn Museum. It received the highest acclaim in the press reviews, it even being stated that it was done by a young generation doing superior work to Gardner Symons, the most noted winter night painter of the day. Very picturesque and dramatic canvas, exhibited a lot about the country but never sold as was my upright 40 x 50, the Hallgarten Prize canvas, and the upright 40 x 50 Evening Silence which went to Carnegie Exhibition, all 3 of about the same period.”


Additional Notes

A close up of details from Through the Night

See also: Between Setting Sun and Rising Moon and Evening Silence for all the pieces related to this piece.