This spectacular seasonal oil painting of a woodland maple sugaring camp was painted by American artist William Preston Phelps (1848-1923). Phelps was born in Chesham, New Hampshire, and after studying in Europe for seven years, returned to set up a studio in Lowell, Massachusetts and became well known for his plein aire New England landscape, animal and harbor scene paintings. Oil on canvas, signed lower left, faintly titled on verso stretcher with graphite “Sugar Camp January,” and housed in a gold gilt period frame. Dimensions: 30” h x 42” w, actual; 36” h x 48” w, framed.
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