1916 Watercolor Autumn Wetlands Scene Possibly in Connecticut by Daniel F. Wentworth 1850-1934
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1916 Watercolor Autumn Wetlands Scene Possibly in Connecticut by Daniel F. Wentworth 1850-1934

Code: dapp00008dfw-CON

$875.00




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ARTIFACT: 1916 Watercolor, Autumn Wetlands scene, probably Connecticut. The painting is contained within a period frame and accented with a period matte, it was hand-framed in Connecticut by Curtis H. Moyer. The watercolor was painted by American Daniel F. Wentworth (1850 ??? 1934), known for painting landscapes, animals, and still life. He was born in Maine, but lived most of his life in Connecticut and he studied as an artist in Munich, though his training period there was short, as such he was mostly self-taught.

VINTAGE: Circa 1916

SIZE: Approximately 29" x 24"

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Watercolor, matte, wood frame, nails, wire, stamp, ink.

ATTACHMENT: Metal wire for hanging.

MARKINGS: "CURTIS H. MOYER PICTURES AND FRAMES 106 PRATT ST., HARTFORD ??? CONN."

ITEM NOTES: This is from an antique art collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. CON-RLB-VDFHx14 LGGEX8/15 psLHGEX05/21

CONDITION: 8+ (Excellent): The painting and frame show minor to moderate wear, paper backing has been removed and does not detract, overall excellent condition.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.