CINCINNATI – Nearly 80 newly discovered works by Cincinnati artist Thomas Corwin Lindsay (1839-1907) will be exhibited at Eisele Gallery of Fine Art beginning March 7.
The recently discovered paintings came directly from the estate of a descendant of the artist. They had been stored in the attic of a family residence for more than 70 years. The renowned landscape, portrait and animal painter was active throughout the region from 1858 to 1905.
Most of the paintings were acquired by Wooden Nickel Antiques, owned by Mike and Patty Williams and Tim Miller. The Cincinnati business has a long-standing reputation nationwide as a reliable dealer of antiques and art. The owners of Wooden Nickel Antiques said they are pleased to have this unique opportunity to offer the works of an artist so important to the Cincinnati community in the setting of a local gallery.