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Susan Ricker Knox (1874 – 1959)

Posted by American Gallery on August 18, 2010


In Lilac Time

The Open Window

Morning Sun

The White Dress

Reading In The Garden

Japanese Tea Party

Adoring Woman With Child

Madonna And Child

Miss Nina Nicholson

Miss Nina Nicholson

Seated Lady

Seated Lady

Sailor Girl

Sailor Girl

An Elegant Lady

An Elegant Lady

Elegant Woman With Her Special Friends

Elegant Woman With Her Special Friends

Young Girl With A Big Yellow Bow

Young Girl With A Big Yellow Bow

Nancy

Nancy

Young Man Holding A Basket Of Watermelons

Young Man Holding A Basket Of Watermelons

Indian Chieftain

Indian Chieftain

The First Book

The First Book

A Young Child

A Young Child

Tea With Friends

Tea With Friends

Portrait Of A Man

Portrait Of A Man

John Hill Knox II

John Hill Knox II

Ellis Island

Ellis Island

The Immigrants

The Immigrants

Taxco

Ogunquit Beach

Market Scene

Lady Pepperell House, Kittery Point Maine

Lady Pepperell House, Kittery Point Maine

Rooftops

Rooftops

Path To The Beach

Path To The Beach

 

5 Responses to “Susan Ricker Knox (1874 – 1959)”

  1. How would I locate the painting by Susan Ricker Knox, entitled” Portrait of Molly”? It was for many years at the Brooks Museum of Art, hanging in Gallery B, Memphis, Tenn, but vanished after a renovation in the 1960’s.
    The portrait if a young girl (teen?) wearing a white riding habit and seated in the sunlit woods.

    • Pat Ordway said

      I am Molly’s daughter -in-law. The last I knew (a few years ago) the Brooks still had the painting though it was not hung. I’d be fascinated to know what your interest in it is. Pat Ordway

      • Dear Pat.
        At last a contact. For many years when I was younger I tried to purchase the “Portrait of Molly” as it was no longer hanging. Each new director of Brooks would make a search and conclude that the painting is no longer in their archives. They thought perhaps it was sold as the renovations took place.
        I was diligent in trying for many years. It is a lovely painting, and when I was a student of Henry Madden’s at Southwestern (now Rhodes) learning to paint portraits, I loved to study the painting. I still wold love to own it, if only it were to be found and be for sale.
        Thanks so much for writing. Patsy Taylor

  2. lizbeth said

    I got an original painting by Susan Ricker Knox and Im interested in selling… I’d like to know if you are interested in purchasing works of art.

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