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Lot 54: CHARLES COURTNEY CURRAN, American (1861-1942), "Blue and Gold", oil on canvas mounted on board, signed, titled and dated "1929" lowe...
27 October 2016
Milford, CT, USALive Auction
CHARLES COURTNEY CURRAN
"Blue and Gold"
oil on canvas mounted on board, signed, titled and dated "1929" lower right, signed, titled, numbered "232-3 C.C.C." on the reverse.
30 x 40 inches
Provenance: Emily Curran, daughter of the Artist, Cragsmoor, New York; Kaycee Benton, Cragsmoor, New York; John Carmichael.
Exhibitions: "Windy Summits, Fertile Valleys, An Artistic Journey Through The Shawangunk Mountains," The Hudson River Museum, September 26 - November 7, 1982; "The Artist''s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement, 1887-1920," February 13, 2015 - May 24, 2015, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; "Selections from our Permanent Collection," October 27, 2014 - November 1, 2014, National Arts Club, New York, New York; "Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal," July 27, 2014 - October 5, 2014, Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, Tennessee, November 1, 2014 - February 1, 2015 and The Frick Art Museum at the Frick Art & Historical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Exhibited, The Cragsmoor Free Library, Cragsmoor, New York.
Literature: Curran Record Book: 232/30; Faquin, Jane Ward, "Seeking the Ideal, Charles Courtney Curran," catalog no. 60.
Other Notes: Tags: Cragsmoor, Impressionst, Impressionism, 20th Century
Canvas: Not Applicable
Restoration: Very Minor
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