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Classification: painting »
Theme: landscape »
Medium: Oil »
Support: on canvas »
440
Corn Shocks in Winter
1922–23
Oil on canvas
24 x 30 in. (60.96 x 76.2 cm)
Folinsbee 1912–20s stockbook: p. 141
Folinsbee 1920s–40s stockbook: no number n.p.
Private collection
Provenance
Private collection, Newport, Rhode Island; by descent in the family
Richard King Fine Art, Newport, Rhode Island
Private collection
Exhibitions
Ferargil Gallery, New York, Paintings by John Folinsbee, March 1923, no. 8.
Sweat Memorial Museum, Portland, Maine, Summer Show, August 1923.
Springfield Art League, November 1923.
National Academy of Design, New York, 98th Annual Exhibition (Winter), November 17–December 16, 1923, no. 364.
The Salmagundi Club, New York, Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings, January 1924, no. 103.
Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, 18th Annual Exhibition of Selected Paintings by American Artists, April 20–June 30, 1924, no. 85.
Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York, Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings, July–September 1924.
Art Alliance Association, Philadelphia, [unknown title], 1926.
The Gunnery School, Washington, Connecticut, Paintings, Drawings, and Lithographs by John Folinsbee, 1976, no. 3.
James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, The Painterly Voice: Bucks County's Fertile Ground, October 22, 2011–April 1, 2012.
Published References
"Folinsbee and Newell." [New York], [February 1923].
Jensen, Kirsten M. Folinsbee Considered. Hudson Hills Press, 2013, p. 167, color plate 18; p. 240, cat entry.
Record last updated May 1, 2020. Please note that the information on this and all pages is periodically reviewed and subject to change.
Citation: Jensen, Kirsten M. "Corn Shocks in Winter, 1922–23 (JFF.440)." John F. Folinsbee Catalogue Raisonné. https://www.johnfolinsbee.org/catalogue/entry.php?id=440 (accessed on September 28, 2022).