Emil Carlsen : Summer pastoral, 1904.
ECA Record Control Number: 9121
Archives of American Art #: JUL J0047823 [digital photo archive]
Record Level: Item
Record Type: Movable work
Work Title: Summer pastoral
Alternate Work Titles:
after 1928 : Summer pastoral [from placard on frame]
1928 : Hills and trees [from exhibition catalog]
Work Date: 1904 [from front of canvas]
Work Creator: Emil Carlsen [1848-1932]
Work Medium: Oil on canvas laid on masonite
Work Dimensions: 33 x 37 inches [unframed] | 34 x 38 inches [unframed] | 41-1/2 x 45-1/2 inches [framed]
Location: At lower right.
Text: ‘Emil. Carlsen. 1904.’.
Description of Work:
2011 Private collection of [withheld], NH, by descent, daughter ;
2005 Private collection of [withheld], ME, by descent, son ;
ca.1945-1960 Private collection of Dudley Seymour Ingraham, Sr [1890-1982] and Marion Edna (Morton) Ingraham [1888-1941], Bristol, CT & NH, purchased possibly in Wildenstein Gallery, New York, NY or Vose Gallery, Boston, MA ;
ca.1928 Private collection of [unknown] or possibly Wildenstein Gallery, New York, NY or Vose Gallery, Boston, MA ;
1928 ( Anderson Galleries, The [1887-1934], 489 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016 ) ;
after 1904 Private collection of Francis Henry Bacon (1856-1940), Belmont, Middlesex, MA, an architect, decorator, artist, archaeologist, ;
1904 Emil Carlsen [1848-1932], the artist .
1928 Anderson Galleries, New York, NY, “Francis H. Bacon collection”, October 25.
– Anderson Galleries, New York, NY, auction catalog, “Francis H. Bacon Collection”, October 25, 1928, lot #63.
– Peter A. Juley & Son Collection, Archives and Special Collections, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, Image #JUL J0047823. Juley worked with Anderson Galleries and new Carlsen from the Salmagundi Club, New York, NY.
– Appraised in 2011 by Cobbs Appraisers, New Hampshire. Appraisal listed dimensions as: SS: 34 x 38 inches.
– Appraised in 2005 by Thomaston Place Antiques, Thomaston, Maine. Appraisal listed dimensions as: SS: 33 x 37-1/2 inches, OS: 41-1/2 x 45-1/2 inches.
– Restoration done in 1996 by [unknown conservator] in Augusta, Maine. Work included the addition of a plexiglass backing and possibly cleaning and re-varnishing.
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Digital Document Provenance:
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Record Birth Date:
April 25, 2015
Last updated: December 11, 2020 at 16:54 pm