AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

William Morris Hunt (1824 – 1879)

Posted by L. A. on April 3, 2014


Mrs. Robert Shaw Sturgis (Susan Brimmer Inches)

Mrs. Robert Shaw Sturgis (Susan Brimmer Inches)

Mrs. Robert C. Winthrop (Frances Pickering Adams)

Mrs. Robert C. Winthrop (Frances Pickering Adams)

Abigail Brooks Adams

Abigail Brooks Adams

Captain William Madigan

Captain William Madigan

Ellen M. Brown

Ellen M. Brown

Gloucester Harbor

Gloucester Harbor

Girl At The Fountain

Girl At The Fountain

Emily Tuckerman

Emily Tuckerman

Charles Sumner

Charles Sumner

Senator Charles Sumner

Senator Charles Sumner

Mrs. Isaac Fenno

Mrs. Isaac Fenno

Governor's Creek, Florida

Governor’s Creek, Florida

Peasant Girl

Peasant Girl

Girl With Cows

Girl With Cows

The Belated Kid

The Belated Kid

 Agnes Elizabeth Clafllin

Agnes Elizabeth Clafllin

His First Model - Miss Russell

His First Model – Miss Russell

View Of St. Johns River

View Of St. Johns River

Head Of A Young Woman

Head Of A Young Woman

Italian Boy

Italian Boy

Italian Girl

Italian Girl

The Boot Black

The Boot Black

Mrs. William de Yongh Field (Bertha Farnham Williams)

Mrs. William de Yongh Field (Bertha Farnham Williams)

Reflections In The Water

Reflections In The Water

In The Backyard

In The Backyard

Mending The Net

Mending The Net

Winged Fortune

Winged Fortune

The Fortune Teller

The Fortune Teller

Italian Girl

Italian Girl

Lady With A White Collar

Lady With A White Collar

Washing By The River

Washing By The River

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2 Responses to “William Morris Hunt (1824 – 1879)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    Now yes we are! This is great painting. The portraits of William Morris Hunt are simply magnificent. The artist succeeds in portraying the subject bringing out the genuine feelings and characters of each one, avoid to move her unconscious. Perhaps the artist was very balanced and in harmony with himself. The peasant scenes are very reminiscent of the style of Millet.

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