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Nom de l'objet : painting
Artiste ou artisan : Richardson, Mary Curtis
Catégorie de l'objet : communication artifacts
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : art
Médium : oil
Support : panel
Numéro d'accession : 76.266
Nom de la collection : Ross
Pays d'origine : United States of America
Culture : American
Date de début de production : 1870 L
Date de fin de production : 1931 P
Période : 4th quarter of 19th century-1st quarter of 20th century
Description : Landscape of shepherd with dog and flock of sheep in foreground. Trees on right. Rocky outcrop or ruins (?) in the far distance. Dark clouds. Gold, rectangular frame. Molded. Not glass or frame. Notching along outer edge.
Commentaires : Born in New York, Richardson was the daughter of engravers. In her early teens, the family settled in San Francisco and her father gave her drawing lessons. At age 20, she enrolled in the Cooper Union Institute of Design (New York) and pursued painting and drawing, while a sister, Leila, concentrated on woodblock engraving. A year later, the sisters opened an engraving shop in San Francisco and Mary married Thomas Richardson, a wealth lumberman. In 1871, Leila and another woman opened Crane & Curtis Engraving. Mary drew designs for their block prints while pursuing art studies in San Francisco and at the avant-garde Art Student League in New York. It was here that her work began to take on Impressionist tones and her frequent mother-and-child themes later led to comparisons with Mary Cassatt. Following a National Academy of Design prize in 1887 and shows of her work in San Francisco, New York, Washington and Philadelphia, Richardson began receiving portrait commissions on both coasts. Attributed to Richardson (reference made in Black inventory book— #336 HR)) In 1888, she and her husband built a home atop Russian Hill, featuring a top-floor studion with big skylights, redwood walls and a panoramic view of San Francisco Bay. It became a favourite gathering place for regional painters, visiting artists and art patrons. While collections of Richardson's work are held privately and at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco and the Oakland Museum, much of her work was lost in two disasters. Following the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, fires burned many of the homes whose owners had commissioned portraits by Richardson and, following a 1912 show of her work at the Grafton Galleries in London more paintings were lost while being shipped home on the Titanic. A long time friend of Henry and Juliette Ross, benefactors of the Ross Memorial Museum in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Richardson did 25th anniversary portraits of the couple in 1920 (one of Henry 76.648 and two of Juliette 76.649, 76.650). Three other paintings by Richardson are also in the collection (RR 88.70, RR 90.83, 76.266)
Hauteur : 38,5
Largeur : 43
Unité de mesure linéaire : cm
Nombre d'objets : 1
Nombre de parties composantes : 2
Nom des parties composantes : canvas
frame
Sujet ou image : landscape
Établissement : Ross Memorial Museum
Ville de l'établissement : St Andrews
Province de l'établissement : New Brunswick
Site web de l'établissement : http://www.rossmemorialmuseum.ca/  

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