George Henry Boughton R.A. (American / English, 1833 - 1905) Original Antique c. 1863 Watercolor on Paper of "The Cottage Window" — Well Listed & ExhibitedGeorge Henry Boughton R.A. (American / English, 1833 - 1905) Original Antique c. 1863 Watercolor on Paper of "The Cottage Window" — Well Listed & ExhibitedGeorge Henry Boughton R.A. (American / English, 1833 - 1905) Original Antique c. 1863 Watercolor on Paper of "The Cottage Window" — Well Listed & ExhibitedGeorge Henry Boughton R.A. (American / English, 1833 - 1905) Original Antique c. 1863 Watercolor on Paper of "The Cottage Window" — Well Listed & ExhibitedGeorge Henry Boughton R.A. (American / English, 1833 - 1905) Original Antique c. 1863 Watercolor on Paper of "The Cottage Window" — Well Listed & ExhibitedGeorge Henry Boughton R.A. (American / English, 1833 - 1905) Original Antique c. 1863 Watercolor on Paper of "The Cottage Window" — Well Listed & Exhibited

VERY FINE Antique Original Watercolor on Paper of "The Cottage Window" by George Henry Boughton (American / English, 1833 - 1905), Unsigned. h: 7.5" x w: 5.75" (sight), h: 16.5" x w: 14.5" Silver Wood Frame, Matted, Verso: Philadelphia Frame Co. label, Typed Discription: THE COTTAGE WINDOW from the Illustrated Press Painted by G H Boughton In the Institution of the Relief of Distress in the Cotton District. 1863— EXCELLENT CONDITION.

Boughton won success by the exhibition of his picture 'The Wayfarer' at the American Art Union Exhibition in New York. In 1856 he spent some months in travelling, sketching, and studying art in the British Isles; and returning to New York made his next success with 'Winter Twilight,' exhibited in 1858 at the New York Academy of Design. In 1860 he went to Paris. After working for two years in France, he started on his homeward journey, but made a halt in London, and finally settled there for the rest of his career. In 1862 and 1863 he exhibited two pictures each year at the British Institution. To the Royal Academy in 1863 he contributed 'Through the Fields' and 'Hop-pickers returning'; and from this year till his death never failed to exhibit annually, sending eighty-seven pictures in all. One of his most noted works is Godspeed! Pilgrims setting out for Canterbury (1874), now in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. He became an associate of the Royal Academy in 1879, and a full member in 1896. In 1879 he was elected a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water-colour. Two classes of subject he made peculiarly his own: the one, scenes of peasant life and quaint costume in Brittany and Holland; the other, New England history and romance in the puritan days of Evangeline and Hester Prynne. His 'Weeding the Pavement' (1882) is in the Tate Gallery; 'The Road to Camelot' (1898) in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool; and 'A Dutch Ferry' (1883) in the Whitworth Institute, Manchester. Other of his more important works are 'The Waning of the Honeymoon' (1878); 'Hester Prynne' (1881); 'Muiden, N. Holland'; 'An Exchange of Greetings' (1882); 'Milton visited by Andrew Marvell' (1885); 'Golden Afternoon, the Isle of Wight' (1888, now in the Metropolitan Museum, New York); 'After Midnight Mass, 15th Century' (1897); and 'When the Dead Leaves Fall' (1898, Municipal Gallery, Rome).

Boughton also made a name as an illustrator; and his water-colours, pastels, and black-and-white drawings were remarkable for their fine quality.

Item ID: R3493

George Henry Boughton R.A. (American / English, 1833 - 1905) Original Antique c. 1863 Watercolor on Paper of "The Cottage Window" — Well Listed & Exhibited

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