Strafford Newmarch

Artist Biography

The little that is known of Strafford Newmarch’s life and work is primarily derived from an analysis of his paintings and records from New York art associations and exhibitions. As noted by the National Academy of Design records, the artist resided in Brooklyn and exhibited works that took the New England landscape as their inspiration including Through the Petersham Woods; Old Saw Mill on the Whippany; and The Bass Rock, New Neptune House, New Rochelle. In addition to landscapes, Newmarch painted seascapes and picturesque genre scenes such as Drinking from the Trough that demonstrated his accomplished style and ability to paint the human figure within comfortable views of rural life. When not painting, the artist exhibited works at the aforementioned National Academy of Design and with the Brooklyn Art Association.

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