AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

George Henry Smillie (1840 – 1921)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on April 5, 2014


Half Dome, Yosemite

Half Dome, Yosemite

A Recollection Of Susquehanna Co. Pa.

A Recollection Of Susquehanna Co. Pa.

Green Pastures And Still Waters

Green Pastures And Still Waters

New England Landscape In Spring

New England Landscape In Spring

Coastal Scene, New York

Coastal Scene, New York

Trees And Meadows Of Berkshire

Trees And Meadows Of Berkshire

Boat On River

Boat On River

Lake Mohonk

Lake Mohonk

Watering By The Footbridge

Watering By The Footbridge

Autumn Overlooking The Valley

Autumn Overlooking The Valley

The Glen

The Glen

At The Water's Edge

At The Water’s Edge

Home By The Shore

Home By The Shore

House By A River

House By A River

Late Afternoon

Late Afternoon

Harbor View, London

Harbor View, London

Spring

Spring

On The Sands At Evening

On The Sands At Evening

Pigeon Cove, Rockport, Massachusetts

Pigeon Cove, Rockport, Massachusetts

A Gray Day By The Sea

A Gray Day By The Sea

View Of Venice

View Of Venice

Harvest Time, East Hampton

Harvest Time, East Hampton

Hills In New Hampshire

Hills In New Hampshire

Sunset On The Farm

Sunset On The Farm

Indian Camp Near Celilo

Indian Camp Near Celilo

View Of The Valley

View Of The Valley

Tremezzo, Lake Como

Tremezzo, Lake Como

Florida Pines

Florida Pines

(to be continued)

One Response to “George Henry Smillie (1840 – 1921)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    There are artists who express themselves better in the landscapes, as in the case of George Henry Smillie, whose works are wonderful, especially those related to river and marine scenes. What a beautiful painting “View of Venice”!
    I also really like “On The Sands At Evening”. But they are also fantastic mountain landscapes and scenes of rural life.

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