Greatest American Painters

Michele Felice Corne (1752 – 1845)

Posted by M.R.N. on October 5, 2010

Landing Of The Pilgrims

New England Country Seat

America Of Marblehead

Captain Cook Cast A Way On Cape Cod

Foreign Factories At Canton

Ezekiel Hersey Derby Farm

Portrait Of A Man

Brig Attatant Of Boston Coming Out Of Naples

Brig Nancy Ann Of Salem Leaving Naples

The Landing Of Columbus

Fireboard Depicting An Indian Encampment

Ship Mount Vernon Of Salem Outrunning A French Fleet

Portrait Of A Dark Haired Young Girl

Henry Prince Jr. As A Young Man

Portrait Of John Appleton

Constitution vs Guerriere – The Engagement

Constitution vs Guerriere – In Action

Constitution vs Guerriere – Dropping Astern

Constitution vs Guerriere – She Fell In The Sea A Perfect Wreck

Harbor View

Salem Harbor

Saturday Evening

Sunday Morning

5 Responses to “Michele Felice Corne (1752 – 1845)”

  1. issachar5 said

    I just wanted to thank you for sending me the most lovely things to look at, every few days. It’s like my own private art museum. I look forward to opening my mail, because I know I’m in for a treat.

  2. Nadine Stensgaard said

    I have 6 of the Navel Print Plates that have some of there pictures on them. They were made in 1932 and a set was given to Presidents Calvin Coolidge and Franklin D. Roosevelt. They have a picture on one side and a description about the war on the back. They quit making them in 1942 as they could not get the same clay anymore. Mine are in mint condition and I would like to know the value. Thanks for your help.

  3. digark said

    Do You have a high resolution file available for
    Brig Nancy Ann Of Salem Leaving Naples


Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

%d bloggers like this: