AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Walter MacEwen (1860 – 1943)

Posted by L. A. on March 11, 2010


The Absent One On All Soul’s Day

Girl Standing With Book

The Notary

Grandmother And Child

Vanity

Vanity

A Woman Of The Empire

A Woman Of The Empire

A Woman In A Red Robe

A Woman In A Red Robe

Waiting

Waiting

The Letter

The Letter

The Letter

Young Girl Reading By The Window

Young Girl Reading By The Window

The Chess Players

The Chess Players

In The Music Room

The Interlude

The Interlude

Dutch Scene

Dutch Scene

Interior

The Lacemaking

The Lacemaking

A Story For Children

Dutch Interior

The Ghost Story

Returning From Work

Calling Them In

The Witches

The Witches

Contemplation

Contemplation

Fete Galante

Fete Galante

Fete Galante

Fete Galante

Lady In A Black Hat

Lady In A Black Hat

A Lady With Lace Cap

A Lady With Lace Cap

Young Girl Sewing

Young Girl Sewing

 

6 Responses to “Walter MacEwen (1860 – 1943)”

  1. judy mccarthy said

    I have a copy of WM’s” With Grandma”and wondered who he was….these prints are lovely-full of light, warmth and gentleness, remniscent of Millet, my favorite painter.

    • Phyllis Adams said

      Judy McCarthy: I have a print of “With Grandma” by Walter McEwen (1860 to 1943.) Do you still have yours? Phyllis Adams

  2. Tom Powers said

    My wife is his granddaughter. We have several of his works that have never been seen. We also have a portrait done by his wife, Ella, also an amazing artist.

    • Leger said

      I got in France several unknown etchings by MacEwen and two drawings unsigned. Do you know who could be interested to see them?

  3. Marsha Aukerman said

    Are post cards on wood with gold trim? Have one with woman behind table,man sitting on other side of table and another female behind him. Othe one is three ladies around table and man sitting at end of table.

  4. Janet maddison said

    I’m here in England and believe we have one of his paintings. Any advice on having this identified would be most useful.

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