Title: Untitled Pastoral Landscape
Medium: Original Watercolor
Age: Circa 1910
Artist Information: Milton H. Lowell was a painter of pastoral New England landscapes and Adirondack Mountain scenes, painting in the same areas as 19th century artists Samuel Coleman, William Hart and George Smillie. While he studied in Boston with Yardley, he was largely self-taught. Lowell also painted works for art calendars. His son, Orson, would be a well-known painter and illustrator for magazines, books and calendars. Milton Lowell was born in 1848, in Lamberton, New York. He was a member of the New Rochelle Art Association, in NY. He died in 1927.
Lowell is listed in most art reference volumes including Who Was Who in American Art (Falk).
Size: 28 x 20 inches (inside frame)
Description: Exceptionally bright and colorful original watercolor painting by a well respected East coast artist. Clearly signed by the artist and housed in the original period frame. Looks even better in person. Very peaceful painting to view and sure to be enjoyed for years to come. Nice depth to this one. This painting is one of the best watercolors I have encountered by the artist. Much like the more notable artists of his generation, such as John Appleton Brown and Alexander Wyant, his works have been rediscovered and reassessed for their warmth, depth and undeniable beauty. This offering represents an excellent opportunity to add a high quality work from this artist to your collection.
Condition: Superb. No water stains, holes, or repairs.
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