SOLD Gathering Flowers, 1911

by Charles Courtney Curran (1861–1942)
Oil on canvas
20 x 16 inches
Signed and dated lower right: CHARLES C. CURAN. / 1911



Ogilvy Family Trust

Sale, Hindman, Chicago, Illinois, May 10, 2022, lot 65, from above


St. Nicholas Illustrated Magazine for Boys and Girls 39 (August 1912): frontispiece (as Gathering Wild Asters, An August Day in the Hills).

Artist Biography

Celebrated American Impressionist and Leading Figure of the Cragsmoor Art Colony

By Margarita Karasoulas

With a skillful rendering of form and a flair for the picturesque, Curran’s Impressionist landscapes and figures are some of the most striking examples of this genre in American art.

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I. Biography

Charles Courtney Curran’s portraits and landscapes are among the most cherished and refined images of America in the late nineteenth and early twentieth

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