John Linton Chapman [1839-1905]
Roman women, 1875
Oil on board
14 x 10 inches [unframed] | 24 x 19 inches [framed]
Signed at lower middle right : ‘JLC [‘L’ is connecting the letters through the middle of the letters] ROMA / 1875′.
Minor in-painting on dress of seated woman. Antique frame.
Spending thirty years in Rome, Italy, John Linton Chapman [1839-1905] is best known for his luminous bright genre painting. Chapman studied under his father John Gadsby Chapman [1808-1889] and his brother Conrad Wise Chapman [1842-1910]. Roman women, 1875 is a perfect example of the artists most popular paintings.
2016 ( David Smernoff, New Haven, CT & New York, NY ) ;
before 2016 ( Alexander Gallery, 115 East 72nd Street, Suite 1B, New York, NY 10021 ) ;
1875 John Linton Chapman [1839-1905], the artist ;
1875 ( Charles Roberson & Co. [1810-1853, 1853-1937, 1937-1985], Long Acre, London, UK ) .
2020 David Smernoff, New York, NY, “Tiny moments : the life of genre painting”, November 15 – December 31.