George Henry Smillie, ‘Old New England Orchard’, 1883, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
George Henry Smillie, ‘Old New England Orchard’, 1883, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
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Old New England Orchard, 1883

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George Henry Smillie
American, 1840–1921
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From an artistic family that included his father, the engraver James Smillie, George Smillie began …

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From an artistic family that included his father, the engraver James Smillie, George Smillie began his artistic career as a tight and descriptive painter in the Hudson River School style of panoramic landscape. After time in Europe, and influenced by James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Smillie began painting more intimate …

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George Henry Smillie, ‘Old New England Orchard’, 1883, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
George Henry Smillie, ‘Old New England Orchard’, 1883, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
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About the work
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George Henry Smillie
American, 1840–1921
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From an artistic family that included his father, the engraver James Smillie, George Smillie began …

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From an artistic family that included his father, the engraver James Smillie, George Smillie began his artistic career as a tight and descriptive painter in the Hudson River School style of panoramic landscape. After time in Europe, and influenced by James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Smillie began painting more intimate …

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Old New England Orchard, 1883

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Permanent collection