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William McKendree Snyder

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William McKendree Snyder

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WILLIAM MCKENDREE SNYDER 1848-1930: "Autumn Light" Oil Painting Signed Framed  

 

Measures : 11 x 8.5 image; 21 x 18 Custom Framed minor nicks 

 

Signature : Signed lower right

 

Condition: Painting very good. 

 

Shipping: $40

 

Note: Gallery sticker from Harley L. Bickmore art collector to verso; Bickmore was long associated with the Closson Gallery Company, and owner of a gallery on 413 Race Street in Cincinnati.

 

Also note: This painting is on the darker side; I brightened so you could see the signature.  It has a light connected to it but I do not know if it works

 

William Mckendree Snyder

 
William McKendree Snyder (December 20, 1848-September 1930) was an American painter active in Indiana in the late 19th and early 20th centuries best known for detailed Indiana landscapes. He was one of the first artists to paint in Brown County, Indiana making him a forerunner of the Brown County Art Colony.

He was born in Liberty, Indiana to a prominent Methodist minister, William W. Snyder. The family later moved to Madison, Indiana and it was there that Snyder is best known for his landscape paintings of southern Indiana Beech trees, though he was also known to paint portraits, still lifes, and other subjects. 
 
 
 
Studied: John Insco Williams, Cincinnati, 1869; W.M. Hunt, Boston; Albert Bierstadt, George Inness, and A.H. Wyatt in NYC, 1872-75His earliest painting dated 1865, last 1927. After 1875 he specialized in dense forest interiors, especially beech trees, painted in great detail. He painted his eastern landscapes, 1872-90. For a short time he was in the photographic business with his brother. He was known only locally for his portraiture. He painted more than 700 landscapes of southern Indiana, southern Ohio, and northern Kentucky. Courtesy Askart and Artnet

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