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Autumn Trees along a Stream , 19th -20th Century

Oil on canvas mounted to panel
16 × 24 in
40.6 × 61 cm
This is a unique work.
$12,500
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Inscription: (verso of board, likely added later) “THE OLD SWIMMING HOLE”

Label: Garzoli Gallery, …

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Inscription: (verso of board, likely added later) “THE OLD SWIMMING HOLE”

Label: Garzoli Gallery, San Rafael, California

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Hand-signed by artist, Signed lower left: H. Bolton Jones
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Hugh Bolton Jones
American, 1848–1927
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Hugh Bolton Jones began as a Hudson River School painter, but after years in France working in the American art colonies of Brittany, where he was influenced by Alexander Harrison and the tonalities preferred by his expatriate community, he moved to a more poetic, lush, and painterly Tonalist style. His New England landscapes retained some of the melancholy of his Brittany days, along with the soft atmospherics and nostalgic feeling for the rich greens of the abandoned pastures of western Massachusetts and his summer home near Great Barrington. Jones adopted many of James Abbott McNeill Whistler’s strategies for the decorative organization of his compositions, often allowing the warm ground of his canvases and panels to bleed though and provide both unity and harmony. As the years passed, his landscapes became sunnier and tended to dwell on the spring and summer seasons.

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Inscription: (verso of board, likely added later) “THE OLD SWIMMING HOLE”

Label: Garzoli Gallery, …

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Inscription: (verso of board, likely added later) “THE OLD SWIMMING HOLE”

Label: Garzoli Gallery, San Rafael, California

Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed lower left: H. Bolton Jones
Frame
Included
Image rights
Copyright Vose Galleries LLC
Hugh Bolton Jones
American, 1848–1927
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Hugh Bolton Jones began as a Hudson River School painter, but after years in France working in the American art colonies of Brittany, where he was influenced by Alexander Harrison and the tonalities preferred by his expatriate community, he moved to a more poetic, lush, and painterly Tonalist style. His New England landscapes retained some of the melancholy of his Brittany days, along with the soft atmospherics and nostalgic feeling for the rich greens of the abandoned pastures of western Massachusetts and his summer home near Great Barrington. Jones adopted many of James Abbott McNeill Whistler’s strategies for the decorative organization of his compositions, often allowing the warm ground of his canvases and panels to bleed though and provide both unity and harmony. As the years passed, his landscapes became sunnier and tended to dwell on the spring and summer seasons.

Autumn Trees along a Stream , 19th -20th Century

Oil on canvas mounted to panel
16 × 24 in
40.6 × 61 cm
This is a unique work.
$12,500
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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