This impressionist winter landscape was painted by American artist Junius Allen (1898-1962). Allen was born in Summit New Jersey, and was a student at Kingsley Preparatory School, where he was mentored and encouraged by national academician, Arthur Woelfle, to hone his artistic skills. Returning after the First World War, Allen took a job with a lithography firm in New York and studied at the New York School of Fine and Applied Art. He enrolled at the National Academy of Design and also studied under Charles Hawthorne, Francis Jones, George Maynard, Ivan Olinsky and George Elmer Browne. He became well known for his realistic and moody paintings depicting coastal landscapes and harbors of New Jersey, New York and New England. Oil on panel, signed lower right, title inscribed on verso “Squatter’s Hut,” and housed in a giltwood frame. Dimensions: 16” h x 19 ¾” w, actual; 20 ½” h x 24 ½” w, framed.
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