27: George Glenn Newell NA Impressionist Cow Cattle Far
George Glenn Newell NA Impressionist Cow Cattle Farm Summer Landscape Plein Air Painting Woburn MA Mass. Massachusetts 2nd of 2 in Sale
NEWELL, George Glenn, N.A. (American, 1870-1947): Cattle in a Summer Landscape, an Impressionist Plein Air Oil Sketch with Two Cows Lying Down, oil on canvas, 7" high x 9 1/2" wide overall canvas dimensions, signed lower left G. Glenn Newell, inscribed "Woburn, Mass." on reverse. Matted in contemporary gilt frame. Provenance: Central Florida collection.
NOTE: This is the second of two related works by the artist to be offered in this sale as individual lots.
About the artist:
Newell, a painter of cattle and pastoral landscapes, was born in Berrien County, Michigan in 1870. He became a student of Edgar Melville Ward (1849-1915) at the National Academy of Design, after graduating from Albion College in Michigan and Columbia University. Newell also studied under Will S. Robinson and F. E. Courter at the Teacher’s College of New York. Newell himself became a National Academician in 1937, won several awards, and exhibited at the National Academy regularly between 1901 and 1944. In addition, Newell was president of Allied Artists of America and a member of New York’s Grand Central Art Galleries...(excerpted from a Richard H. Love and Michael Preston Worley, Ph.D. submission to the AskArt online database).