AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Frank Waller (1842 – 1923)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on August 25, 2010


On The Nile

Tombs In A Desert Landscape

Egyptian Mosque With Bedouins

Egyptian Ruins

Egyptian Ruins

By The Ruins At Sunset

Interior View Of The Metropolitan Of Art When In 14th Street

Harvesting Hops Near Cooperstown, New York

Harvesting Hops Near Cooperstown, New York

Church Morristown

Mount St. Michael, Cornwall

The Beach

Bermuda, Ferry Reach, Whale-bone Bay With Stone Dwelling

Bermuda Cliffs

Bluff On South Shore, Bermuda

Bluff On South Shore, Bermuda

Rocks And Coastline

Rocks And Coastline

A Country Road

A Country Road

Reminiscence Of A Sailing Day - A Nile Sketch

Reminiscence Of A Sailing Day – A Nile Sketch

 

3 Responses to “Frank Waller (1842 – 1923)”

  1. john hart said

    definitely was a talented artist…he was my great grandfather…

    • Daniel said

      I have found a print issued by Henry C Collison of The Great Trek South Africa “Piet Retief and Gerrit Maritz crossing the Drakensberg in 1837” The painter was Frank Waller and it looks like it was signed 1887. Do you know anything about it or where the original might be?

  2. I have owned a number of his Bermuda works over the years. I think he could be exceptionally talented when at his best.

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