AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

W. Cortland Butterfield (1904 – 1977)

Posted by L. A. on September 2, 2012


Pair Of Clowns

Clown On Trike

title unknown

Clown Playing Flute

Clown With Bird

Pouring Tea

Rabbi

Nude Woman From Behind

Racing Horses

Female Nude With Fan

Toy Maker

Toy Maker

Nude Reading

Nude Reading

Nude Combing Hair

Nude Combing Hair

Clown Juggling Apples

Clown Juggling Apples

Hobo Clown Flipping Bird

Hobo Clown Flipping Bird

Man With A Walking Stick

Man With A Walking Stick

Seated Nude

Seated Nude

Woman With Flowers

Woman With Flowers

Clown Looking At Hand Mirror

Clown Playing Double Bass

Clown Playing Double Bass

Clown

Clown

Clown

Clown

Seated Nude

Self Portrait

Nude

Portrait Of A Rabbi

Portrait Of A Rabbi

title unknown

Two Musicians

Nude Woman

Female Nude

4 Responses to “W. Cortland Butterfield (1904 – 1977)”

  1. Thomas Jefferson said

    Hi Suzay,
    how is Lexi doing?

    By the way, where’s the fan in the picture?

  2. Sylvia said

    I enjoyed these paintings very much. They had a different slant, or viewpoint, and caught my attention. There was something magical about them.

  3. Bill Butterfield said

    Hello, thank you for publishing the artwork of Cortland Butterfield. It was a pleasant surprise to see it! I was wondering if you know where his self portrait (title unknown) is located and if its available for purchase. I would love to get it for my dad who is Cortland Butterfield’s son and who is my grandfather. Any information that you have will be appreciated. Thank you, and Sincerely, Bill Butterfield

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