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Greatest American Painters

Frank Weston Benson (1862 – 1951)

Posted by American Gallery on May 25, 2012


Summer

Portrait Of A Woman

My Daughter

Dorothy Lincoln

Katherine Cavanaugh

Miss Westinghouse – Young Girl In White Dress

Girl Playing Solitaire

Alice Bacon (Mrs. W. Sturgis H. Lothrop)

Mrs. Hathaway

Summer Day

My Daughter Elizabeth

Red And Gold

The Reader

Twilight

Portrait Of My Daughters

Rainy Day

Eleanor

Gertrude

Margaret Washburn Walker

Portrait Of A Lady – Elizabeth Perley Kinnicutt

Children In The Woods

The Hill Top

Margaret Strong

Before The Ball

In Summer – Elizabeth And Anna

Margaret White Richardson

Afternoon In September

 

5 Responses to “Frank Weston Benson (1862 – 1951)”

  1. vincenzo said

    What a surprise! Now that’s true painting! And do not think I exaggerate when I say that it is really lovely, in every sense. Thanks Suzay!

  2. Don Hyde said

    If you think the bad street humor is in the wrong place and brings the site down perhaps you are right so I’ll take it back and just say “Yah” Great stuff! Vincenzo is correct in every sense and you must be some kind of angel to be finding and showing all this to anyone that wants to look at it.

  3. vincenzo said

    Even if in art, as indeed in all things, beauty is subjective, but there is a good that turns out good for everyone. This is the case of the paintings above.

    • vincenzo said

      Perhaps this is best if versione. Even if in art, as indeed in all things, beauty is subjective, but there is a beautiful than turns out beautiful for everyone. This is the case of the paintings above.

  4. Jesse Laine said

    Hey, I have this painting(I guess it’s replica) called Red and Gold.

    Do you know how much it’s worth and how much the replica is worth?

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