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Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair

Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair
Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair
Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair
Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair
Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair
Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair
Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair
Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair
Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair

Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair  Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair
Size: 13.25" x 11.25". Subject: Infant child in highchair.

Signed and dated lower left corner E. Condition: Minor craquelure from age, otherwise in fair condition.

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About the artist: Perry was born in. His father was Enoch Wood Perry and mother was Hannah Knapp Dole. His maternal grandparents were Samuel Dole and Katherine Wigglesworth. After working several years as a clerk in a commission house, Perry began formal art education. In 1852 he went to Europe for four years and studied with.

Perry served as the U. Upon returning to America, he opened a studio in. On the eve of the. Perry moved back to New Orleans and opened a studio in 1860.

He painted a portrait of Senator. And the signing of the Ordinance of Secession of Louisiana by early 1861.

Later in 1861 Perry completed a portrait of. Posed before a map of the. Which was raffled off at a fair with the proceeds benefiting the southern war effort. Where he spent several years sketching and painting with. While there he painted a portrait of future governor.

Around 1864, Perry sailed to. With the idea of painting the wonders of nature there and was well received.

He traveled to most of the islands and painted landscapes and portraits, including posthumous images of. Prince Albert Edward Kauikeaouli Leiopapa a Kamehameha. In 1865 Perry painted a portrait of. It was reported that a.

Symbols were removed from the painting. Perry then lived in New York City where he married Fannie Field on February 4, 1899 and died on December 14, 1915. Addison Gallery of American Art. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. In New Orleans and the. Are among the public collections holding works by Perry. The item "Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C.

Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair" is in sale since Tuesday, April 29, 2014. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "emperors_treasury" and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Size: 13.25" x 11.25"
  • Subject: Infant baby at the table painting
  • Technique: Oil on canvas
  • Signed: Signed
  • Date: 1860


Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair  Enoch Wood Perry (AMERICAN) 19th C. Signed Oil Painting of Infant in Highchair