Published on July 28th, 2021 | Posted in Featured

AMERICAN WOMEN PAINTERS As museums prioritize more inclusive collections and exhibitions, paintings by women have become one of the most rapidly growing sectors of the American art market.

Kate Holston Carpenter (1866–1947), Winter, 1902, oil on canvas, American impressionist cityscape painting
Jane Freilicher (1924–2014), Northeast View, 1975, oil on canvas, American modernist landscape paintingClaude Raguet Hirst (1855–1942), Roses, 1881, oil on canvas, American impressionist still-life paintingAnna Mary Robertson “Grandma” Moses (1860–1961), Deep Snow, 1957, oil on board, American modernist landscape paintingGrandma Moses donating her painting Battle of Bennington to Mrs. George Kuhner who accepts it for DAR (detail), 1953 / World-Telegram photo by Roger Higgins.  Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.Pauline Palmer (1867–1938), Afternoon Sun, Provincetown, oil on board, American impressionist cityscape paintingPauline Palmer (1867–1938), Backstreet, Provincetown, oil on board, American impressionist landscape paintingJane Peterson (1876–1965), At the Beach, Watercolor, gouache, and pencil on paper laid down on board, American impressionist landscape paintingPhotograph of Jane Peterson painting at beach, 192-?. Jane Peterson papers, 1907-1981. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.Jane Peterson (1876–1965), Gloucester Harbor, Gouache and charcoal on paper, American impressionist harbor painting
Jane Peterson (1876–1965), Strolling in the Park, Winter, Gouache and watercolor on paper, American impressionist landscape painting
Edith Mitchill Prellwitz (1864–1944), Landscape, Cornish, New Hampshire, oil on canvas, American impressionist landscape paintingHenry and Edith Prellwitz, ca. 1890s, black and white photographHannah Brown Skeele (1829–1901), Playing with Yarn, oil on board, American genre paintingSUMMER SPECIAL SALE continues through September 3, 2021 View over 150 deeply discounted paintings at