Presented for sale is an outstanding early 20th century Oil on Canvas attributed to Hal Robinson and titled, "Along the Hudson". This Impressionist rural landscape exhibits a Tonalist palette which features a sloping field of grass, bordered by trees, with mountains and the Hudson River glimpsed in the background. The softly blended colors are typical for this talented artist who worked in both watercolor and oils.
Hal Robinson, 1867 - 1933 was born in Leominster, County Hereford, England but migrated to America in 1893. He settled in New York City and quickly established himself as a major exhibitor at several important New York galleries as well as important exhibitions along the Eastern seaboard. His career as an artist was quite successful and he became known for his soft atmospheric views of Hudson River Valley scenes, such as this wonderful depiction.
The painting is housed in an extraordinarily beautiful Rococo giltwood frame that makes a stunning contrast to the soft dreamlike quality of the painting. The painting is in very good condition, the frame is also in excellent condition with minor restoration to a few areas of carving. The painting has not been examined out of the frame for a signature, however, the plaque attributes and titles the painting to Robinson.
Size of frame: 55" Width, 45" Height.
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