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harles De Wolf Brownell
Brownell, Charles De Wolf
|Contributions||Krebs, Ita G., Kennedy Galleries.|
|LC Classifications||ND237.B8747 A4 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||91185625|
See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive Edit. Last edited anonymously. April 1, | History. Brownell, Charles De Wolf The Indian races of North and South America by Brownell, Charles De Wolf. First published in 21 editions — 10 Written works: The Indian Races Of North And South America. Charles De Wolf Brownell (): explorer of the American landscape: March , Kennedy Galleries, Inc by Charles De Wolf Brownell (Book); Charles De Wolf Brownell: a decade of travel, November Decem by Charles De Wolf Brownell (Book).
Charles DeWolf Brownell ( – ) A resident of East Hartford, Connecticut from to , New York City from to , and Bristol, Rhode Island from until his death in , Charles Brownell was born in Providence, Rhode Island. Charles De Wolf Brownell Free The Indian Races of North and South America, Comprising an Account of the Principal Aboriginal Races: A Description of Their National Customs, Mythology, and Religious Cermonies; the History of Their Most Powerful Tribes, and of Their Most Celebrated Chiefs and Warriors.
Landscape painter Charles De Wolf Brownell was born in Providence, Rhode Island, but at the age of two his family relocated to Hartford, Connecticut. Brownell’s parents prepared him for a career in law, and in he was admitted to the Connecticut bar. He served as a barrister for ten years, but after a debilitating congestive attack of the lungs, at the urging of his friend, landscape. Cuba. ca. s. Oil on canvas, 13 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches. Excellent displayable condition. Framed. Item #WRCAM This attractive landscape painting depicting a Cuban sugar plantation was almost certainly executed by artist Charles DeWolf Brownell, in the mid to late s. As would be customary with Brownell, who was greatly influenced by the artists of the Hudson River School, the image is.
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Artist. He was raised in Connecticut and became an attorney in In the early s an illness led Brownell to give up practicing law for a career as a painter. In he received an honorary Master of Arts degree from Hartford's Trinity College.
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Oblong 8vo., (7 x 10 4/8 inches). Fine pen and ink and watercolour drawing of the islands of the Caribbean and the northern coastline of Brazil as frontispiece, 46 fine full-page and double-page pencil drawings of coastal views of the. CHARLES DE WOLF BROWNELL (–) Limestone Cliffs of Bolondrón, Cuba, Oil on canvas, 41 x 66 in.
Signed and dated (at lower right): C. Brownell EXHIBITED: Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, Florida, January 10–ApNew World Eden: Artist-Explorers in the American Tropics RECORDED: Gretel Sarmiento, “Flager Museum’s Tropics Show. In describing the adventures and proceedings of the pioneers in the settlement and civilization of the Western Continent, the interesting nature of the narrative may have led the author, in some from the immediate obj ect of his attention, viz.: the manners, peculiari ties, and history of the aboriginal inhabitants.
Charles DeWolf Brownell was active/lived in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island. Charles Brownell is known for landscape and still-life painting, tropic. About Charles De Wolf Brownell. Charles De Wolf Brownell 1 follower Other books in the series.
Οι ινδιάνικες φυλές της Βορείου και Νοτίου Αμερικής (5 books) Books by Charles De Wolf Brownell.4/5(2). Charles De Wolf Brownell; Charles De Wolf Brownell: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles De Wolf Brownell; Ita G Krebs; Kennedy Galleries.
Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Catalog written by Ita G. Krebs. Description: 1 volume (unpaged): illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm.
Cuba is the main subject of these mostly small, vividly local watercolors by Charles De Wolf Brownell (), a New England-born landscapist whose slave-trading ancestors established extensive.
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Charles De Wolf Brownell - Easton's Beach, Newport, Rhode 1, × ; KB Charles De Wolf Brownell - Elm, East Hartford, × 1,; KB Charles De Wolf Brownell - Havana Bay, Morro × ; 72 KB. Charles De Wolf Brownell, Charter Oak, oil on canvas - Connecticut Historical Society.
This Charles D. Brownell painting from the mids epitomizes the incredible importance that the Charter Oak tree held in the hearts and minds of Connecticut citizens over time.
It was, and remains, a symbol of our enduring tradition of representative.Biography Charles DeWolf Brownell A resident of East Hartford, Connecticut from toNew York City from toand Bristol, Rhode Island from until his death inCharles Brownell was born in Providence, Rhode Island.Charles De Wolf Brownell () Brownell was a Hartford, Connecticut resident and, after deciding that his initial profession of law was too corrupt, he began painting and traveling, from Cuba in the s to the Caribbean, South America, Europe and during his later years in the Mid- and Far East.