Greatest American Painters

Walter Shirlaw (1838 – 1909)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on July 1, 2012

Water Lilies

Among The Old Poets

Musical Appeal

The Burgomaster

A Sonnet – Woman Reading

Spanish Lady

Mother And Daughter

Toning The Bell

Bell Foundry, Germany

Jewish Gentleman


Little Street Musicians

The German Lovers

The Inn, Germany


Cape Ann Dunes

Little Shepherd

Wheat Fields, Vermont

Lake Superior

Woman In A Landscape

Easter Greetings

In Church

Feeding The Pidgeons

Five Silver Dollars – Electricity Presenting Light To The World


One Response to “Walter Shirlaw (1838 – 1909)”

  1. vincenzo said

    This is a decent artist, quite versatile, because he was a good painter, a talented illustrator and engraver. Of course, given the warm season, I prefer the painting of bathers “Water Lilies”, but I find very interesting the interior of the foundry of bells, the moments of reading and landscapes of rural life.

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