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Lake Champlain from Mount Mansfield, Vermont

Lake Champlain from Mount Mansfield, Vermont

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Chazen : Gallery : Rowland

John Williamson

This landscape was created by Scottish-born painter John Williamson, who immigrated to the United States as a child. He worked in the style of the Hudson River School, depicting dramatic mountain vistas. In Lake Champlain from Mount Mansfield, Vermont, to emphasize the scale and vastness of nature, he included two Abenaki men. Prior to settlement by European and then American colonists, Mount Mansfield was known by Abenaki residents as Mozodepowadso, or Moosehead.
Artist
John Williamson
(American, b. Scotland, 1826 - 1885)
Title
Lake Champlain from Mount Mansfield, Vermont
Date
ca. 1870
Medium
Oil on canvas
Dimensions
6 1/4 x 14 3/4 in. image
Credit
Gift of Joan B. Mirviss and Robert Levine
Accession No.
2019.13.2
Classification
Paintings
Geography
America

Related

Private Collection (Vermont); Margaret J Covington Collection (Redlands, CA); Wayne Covington (Tuscon, AZ); Clarke Galleries Inc. (Stowe, VT); ca. 2000, sold by Debra Force Fine Art (New York, NUY) to Joan B. Mirviss and Robert J. Levine (New York, NY); 2019, gifted to Chazen Museum of Art

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