Greatest American Painters

Robert Havell (1793 – 1878)

Posted by American Gallery on October 11, 2011

Sunset Near Sing-Sing, New York

The Williams House, Deerfield, Massachusetts

Windsor Castle

View Of The Hudson From Sing-Sing, New York

Hudson River North To Croton Point

Two Artists In A Landscape

View Of The Bay And City Of New York From Weehawken

View Of The Hudson River At Haverstraw Bay

View Of The Hudson River Near West Point

Niagara Falls

Design For An Italian Villa

Attack On Fort Oswego, Lake Ontario

View Of The City Of Boston From Dorchester Heights

Bath From The South West

Panoramic View Of King Georges Sound

Panoramic View Of New York

Clifron From The Naturama Or Natures Endless Transposition Of View On The Thames

Eton College And Ferry Over The Thames

Le Petit Corporal

Snowy Owl


One Response to “Robert Havell (1793 – 1878)”

  1. David Bosse said

    The Havell painting identified as the Williams House in Deerfield actually depicts the Ensign John Sheldon house, also known as the “Old Indian House” because it survived the French and Indian raid of 1704. When Havell painted it the house was owned by the Hoyt family, but was torn down not long after the painting was done. The painting is owned by Historic Deerfield.

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