AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Fanny Flora Palmer (1812 – 1876)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on April 18, 2009


A Midnight Race On The Mississippi

A Midnight Race On The Mississippi

Twilight Over Stage Rocks And Western Shore of Gloucester Outer Harbor, Massachusetts

Twilight Over Stage Rocks And Western Shore of Gloucester Outer Harbor, Massachusetts

Across The Continent - Westward The Course of Empire Makes Its Way

Across The Continent – Westward The Course of Empire Makes Its Way

Pioneer's Home On The Western Frontier

Pioneer’s Home On The Western Frontier

The Rocky Mountains - Emigrants Crossing The Plains

The Rocky Mountains – Emigrants Crossing The Plains

The Mississippi In Time Of Peace

The Mississippi In Time Of Peace

The Mississippi In Time Of War

The Mississippi In Time Of War

American Winter Scenes - Evening

American Winter Scenes – Evening

View Of The Hudson

View Of The Hudson

Morning In The Woods

Morning In The Woods

Morning In The Woods

Morning In The Woods

Trout Fishing

Trout Fishing

The Champions Of The Mississippi - A Race For The Buckhorns

The Champions Of The Mississippi – A Race For The Buckhorns

Rounding A Bend On The Mississippi - The Parting Salute

Rounding A Bend On The Mississippi – The Parting Salute

My Cottage Home

My Cottage Home

Samuel Fleet Homestead

Samuel Fleet Homestead

The Hudson Highlands From The Peekskill And Cold Spring Road Near Garrison's Landing

The Hudson Highlands From The Peekskill And Cold Spring Road Near Garrison’s Landing

American Farm Scenes

American Farm Scenes

American Farm Scenes

American Farm Scenes

American Country Life

American Country Life

After The Hunt

After The Hunt

A Planters House

A Planters House

Staten Island And The Narrows From Fort Hamilton

Staten Island And The Narrows From Fort Hamilton

View Of New York From Brooklyn Heights

View Of New York From Brooklyn Heights

Landscape, Fruit And Flowers

Landscape, Fruit And Flowers

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2 Responses to “Fanny Flora Palmer (1812 – 1876)”

  1. PATRICIA SWEIGART said

    we have a print of winter 4 by fanny palmer that was given to my mother 30 years ago the lady who had this had it for 50 years or more, it came from new york as a wedding gift to her we would like more info on this

    • Suzay Lamb said

      Fanny Flora Palmer gained an excellent reputation as litographer, working for Currier & Ives. She completed several hundred litographs and her work was widely reproduced as popular prints and engravings. She captured the spirit of the new nation and the pioneers lives, even though, quite ironically, she never went west of New York.

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