AMERICAN GALLERY

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John George Brown (1831 – 1913)

Posted by L. A. on May 31, 2013


Living In The Past

Living In The Past

A New Weight - Weighed At The Mill

A New Weight – Weighed At The Mill

An Idle Hour

An Idle Hour

The Little Servant

The Little Servant

Boat Builder

Boat Builder

Girl At The Window

Girl At The Window

The Duet

The Duet

Meditation

Meditation

The Music Lesson

The Music Lesson

Waiting For William

Waiting For William

The Deacon's Wife

The Deacon’s Wife

A Leisure Hour - First Reader

A Leisure Hour – First Reader

The Neighbors

The Neighbors

Caning The Chair

Caning The Chair

The Old Mechanic

The Old Mechanic

Home Comfort

Home Comfort

A Liberated Woman

A Liberated Woman

Cornered

Cornered

Her Past Record

Her Past Record

The Village Cobbler

The Village Cobbler

The Study Hour

The Study Hour

The Longshoremen's Noon

The Longshoremen’s Noon

The Coming Squall

The Coming Squall

Waiting For Her Suiter

Waiting For Her Suiter

Dear Old Grannie

Dear Old Grannie

Parted

Parted

Portrait Of A Girl

Portrait Of A Girl

Buttercups For Grandpa

Buttercups For Grandpa

The Maiden's Prayer

The Maiden’s Prayer

Heading Out

Heading Out

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3 Responses to “John George Brown (1831 – 1913)”

  1. ¡Qué increíble colección!
    Caning The Chair is my favorite.
    Mil gracias por traer estos tesoros a mi humilde oficina.

  2. Bruce said

    There are some wonderful facial expressions in these paintings. This is my serious comment.

    My silly reaction to “The Duet”: [Two violins playing a tune] . . . *poink* . . . Grandpa! You poked my eye! Ma!”

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