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American Primitives and Copies of the Bishop Hill Paintings by the Index of American Design

April 03 – April 30, 1940

 
 
Unknown
Portrait
Early 19th Century
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark
 
Unknown
Portrait
Early 19th Century
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark
 
A. M. Book
Colorado Lake
Painting
Courtesy of Anonymous
 
Unknown
Portrait of Abbie Nye
Painting
about 1840
Courtesy of Mrs. Leonard Bloomfield
 
Unknown
Lighthouse
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark
 
L. Lombart
Pastoral Scene 1851
Painted and Emboidered in Silk
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark
 
Unknown
Georgie- Quite Tired
Painted from a Currier and Ives Print
about 1850
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark
 
Dr. Kings Moore
Portrait of Mrs. Osbern Wells 1860
Painting
Courtesy of Granddaughter, Mrs. Emerson Westwood
 
Unknown
Still Life, Bible with Flowers
Early 19th Century
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark
 
Unknown
Flowers
Oil with Photomontage
19th Century
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark
 
Unknown
Hambletonian and its Owner in a Stable
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark

The Hambletonians were a race or strain of American trotting horses descended from a stallion called Hambletonian (1849-1876). It is quite likely that the fighter represents the famous stallion himself.
 
Unknown
Portrait of a Cow and Her Calf
19th Century
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark
 
Peck
John Wagner and Family 1845
Painting
Courtesy of The Aurora Historical Society
 
Unknown
Owl
19th Century
Courtesy of Mrs. Cunningham Stark
 
Unknown
Fort Hoskins Washington
about 1855
Courtesy of Mr. John A. Holabird
 
Unknown
Romantic Landscape
Early 19th Century
Courtesy of Mrs. Inez Cunningham Stark
 
Unknown
Imaginary Landscape
Found in Manistee, Michigan
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Gustaf Dalstrom
 
Thomas Fernon
Portrait of John Calvin Welling 1842
Painting
Courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Welling
 
Unknown
Joseph Dorr
1769-1851
Painting
Courtesy of Joseph Dorr's Great-Granddaughter, Mrs. Jessie Manning Tinker
 
Ammi Phillips
Portrait of Sarah Bull Dorr 1829
Oil on fabric
39.5 x 32.5 inches
Courtesy of Great-Granddaughter, Mrs. Jessie Manning Tinker (Photo courtesy of Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum and Gardens)
 
Ammi Phillips
Portrait of Milton Dorr 1829
Oil on fabric
39.5 x 32.5 inches
Courtesy of Great-Granddaughter, Mrs. Jessie Manning Tinker (Photo courtesy of Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum and Gardens)
 
A. M. Book
Garden of Gods
Painting
Courtesy of Anonymous
 
William Lambe
Portrait of Annie Lambe
Painting
Courtesy of Mrs. V. M. S. Hannell
 
Olaf Krans
Portrait of Mrs. Charlotte L. Root
Painting
Courtesy of Village of Bishop Hill, Illinois

Facsimile rendered by Orrie McCombs
 
Olaf Krans
It will soon be here
Painting
Courtesy of Village Bishop Hill, Illinois

Facsimile rendered by John Koehl
 
Olaf Krans
Harvesting with Grain Cradles
Painting
Courtesy of Village of Bishop Hill, Illinois

Facsimile rendered by Stanley Mazur
 
Olaf Krans
Breaking Ground
Painting
Courtesy of Village of Bishop Hill, Illinois

Facsimile rendered by Orrie McCombs
 
Olaf Krans
Early Camp: Dugouts
Painting
Courtesy of Village of Bishop Hill, Illinois

Facsimile rendered by Stanley Mazur
 
Olaf Krans
Women Operating Pile Driver
Painting
Courtesy of Village of Bishop Hill, Illinois

Facsimile rendered by John Koehl
 
Olaf Krans
The Sowers
Painting
Courtesy of Village of Bishop Hill, Illinois

Facsimile rendered by Archie Thompson
 
Olaf Krans
Planting Corn
Painting
Courtesy of Village of Bishop Hill, Illinois

Facsimile rendered by Stanley Mazur
 
Olaf Krans
Portrait of Lars Soderquist
Painting
Courtesy of Village of Bishop Hill, Illinois

Facsimile rendered by Orrie McCombs
 
Cephas Thompson
Portrait of Abner Wood 1799
Painting
Courtesy of Mr. David Adler
 

   
   
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