Robert Emmett Owen (1878 – 1957) Oil painting on canvas
Landscape with Autumn trees, signed lower right "R Emmett Owen" in wood frame.
See all closeup images as this needs a good cleaning and a bit of restoration.
Being sold as found from a well to do New England estate.
Art in Museums : ce Museum of Arts and Science, The Frick Collection, and Thomas Paine Museum.
Dimensions: 1.75 inches Deep by 22 5/8 inches Wide by 18 5/8 inches Tall.
Artwork Only: 15.5 inches Tall by 19.5 inches Tall.
Construction: Oil Paint on Canvas.
Biography – Robert Emmett Owen:
Robert Emmett Owen was a successful artist best known for his
Impressionist views of rural landscapes.
His color-filled paintings capture the moods and seasonal splendor
of the New England countryside.
Owen began his art training at the Drury Academy in his home town of North Adams, Massachusetts.
In 1897, while supporting himself by working at a local retail establishment,
he contributed pen and ink drawings to Life Magazine,
initiating what would be a long and productive career as an illustrator.
The next year, he received a scholarship to study at the Eric Pape School of Art in Boston.