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Theme: landscape »
Medium: Oil »
Support: on canvas »
The Bridge at New Hope
Oil on canvas
32 x 40 in. (81.28 x 101.6 cm)
Signed lower right: John Folinsbee
Folinsbee 1912–20s stockbook: p. 31, 42
Private collection
Duncan Phillips, 1916-1921
Ferargil Galleries (by exchange for Along the Canal), 1921-22
Private collection (from Ferargil Galleries), 1922-2006
Sotheby's 5/2006, lot 82
Private collection
National Academy of Design, New York, 91st Annual Exhibition, March 18–April 23, 1916, hung at the Lotos Club in "overflow exhibition".
The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 6th Biennial Exhibition of Oil Paintings by Contemporary American Artists, December 16, 1916–January 21, 1917, no. 76.
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.
Published References
[no title]. Art News (April 1916).
"Art Hung at Lotos Accepted by Academy: Fifty Canvases in Consolation Exhibit at the Club." New York Tribune, April 4, 1916.
[no title]. New York Globe, May 6, 1916.
Jensen, Kirsten M. John Folinsbee and American Modernism. Philadelphia: Woodmere Art Museum, 2010. Exhibition catalogue (2010 Woodmere Art Museum Phila), p. 10, color ill.
Sozanski, Edward. "Shifting Landscapes of a New Hope Artist." Philadelphia Inquirer, December 12, 2010. 2010, p. H6, color ill.
"'John Folinsbee and American Modernism' at Woodmere Art Museum to March 6." Antiques and the Arts Weekly, January 21, 2011.
Jensen, Kirsten M. "John Folinsbee and American Modernism." American Art Review (February 2011), p. 91, color ill.
Jensen, Kirsten M. Folinsbee Considered. Hudson Hills Press, 2013, pp. 48, color ill.; p. 145 plate 4; p.228, cat entry.
Record last updated August 27, 2019. Please note that the information on this and all pages is periodically reviewed and subject to change.
Citation: Jensen, Kirsten M. ""The Bridge at New Hope, 1916 (JFF.956)." In John F. Folinsbee Catalogue Raisonné. (accessed on June 18, 2024).