Greatest American Painters

Henry Golden Dearth (1864 – 1918)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on February 17, 2012

The Blue Coat

Landscape With Haystacks

Village By A River, Connecticut

River In A Landscape

Landscape With Brook

In The Gloaming

An Old Church At Montreuil


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The Butterfly Orchid

The Medieval Saint

Bronze Buddha

Still Life With Sculpture of Mother And Child

A Farm In Summer

The Stubble Field

Sunset With Sailboats

Flecks Of Foam


Watching The Starfish

Picardy Marshlands

Still Life

Landscape With New Moon

3 Responses to “Henry Golden Dearth (1864 – 1918)”

  1. Sylvia said

    These paintings are amazing. Why have I never heard of him before? He was very creative and imaginative. How do you discover these artists and bring them into life again?

  2. Dave Woods said

    Love the variety of work and the impressionist technique, particularly like ‘In the Gloaming’; a very ordinary subject and scene but so well handled, a wonderful atmosphere created.

  3. Roberta burke said

    I have a beautiful Dearth. A windmill similar to scene of Marshlands.
    I purchased from Susqueanna Antiques in D.C.
    Gorgeous. Quiet. But filled with interest. Great expression of Tonalism.
    Roberta Burke. dartmouth, Ma

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