Photo: John Taylor, 2005
Oil on canvas
32 x 40 in. (81.28 x 101.6 cm)
Signed lower left: John Folinsbee
Folinsbee 1920s–40s stockbook: p. 
John F. Folinsbee Art Trust
The Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 28th International Exhibition of Paintings, October 17–December 8, 1929.
National Arts Club, New York, Members Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, January 8–February 1, 1930, no. 37.
Woodmere Art Museum, John Folinsbee and American Modernism, November 6, 2010–March 6, 2011. (Jensen 2010).
James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, The Death of Impressionism?: Disruption and Innovation in Art, November 11, 2016–February 26, 2017.
Jensen, Kirsten M. John Folinsbee and American Modernism. Philadelphia: Woodmere Art Museum, 2010. Exhibition catalogue (2010 Woodmere Art Museum Phila), cover ill., p. 8, color ill.
Mitchell, Mark D. "An Old Philadelphia Master Gets a New Look at Woodmere Exhibit." Chestnut Hill Local 52 (December 30, 2010), p. 2, color ill.
"'John Folinsbee and American Modernism' at Woodmere Art Museum to March 6." Antiques and the Arts Weekly, January 21, 2011.
Higgins, Edward. "John Folinsbee." ICON, cover ill.
Jensen, Kirsten M. "John Folinsbee and American Modernism." American Art Review (February 2011), p. 92, color ill.
Jensen, Kirsten M. Folinsbee Considered. Hudson Hills Press, 2013, p. 186-187, color ill. (detail); p. 188, color plate 33; p. 255, cat entry.
Joshua Rose. "Poetic Interpretation: Folinsbee Considered (Review)." American Fine Art Review Issue 15 (May/June), color ill., 45.
Record last updated December 3, 2019. Please note that the information on this and all pages is periodically reviewed and subject to change.
Citation: Jensen, Kirsten M. ""Trenton Platform, 1929 (JFF.582)." In John F. Folinsbee Catalogue Raisonné. https://www.johnfolinsbee.org/catalogue/entry.php?id=582 (accessed on December 3, 2023).