Down at Vepplanks

by Victor Coleman Anderson (1882–1937)
Oil on board
9 x 12 inches
Signed lower left: VICTOR C ANDERSON; titled and signed on verso: DOWN AT VEPPLANKS / by / V. C. ANDERSON



The artist

Joan Howe, daughter of above, by descent from above

Ludwig Herzhauser, Marathon, Florida, by bequest from above, 2005

Estate of Ludwig Herzhauser, 2013

Sale, Clarke, Larchmont, New York, December 8, 2013, lot 10

Artist Biography

Victor Anderson, a landscape painter and illustrator, was the son of Hudson River School painter Frank Anderson, who died when Victor was only eight years old. Anderson spent most of his life living and working in White Plains, New York, and painted both bucolic landscapes and scenes of circus performers. He attended the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, studied with Birge Harrison in Woodstock, New York, and later with Hobart Nichols and Herman Dudley Murphy. Anderson was a member of the Chappaqua Arts and Craft Guild, Grand Central Art Galleries, New Rochelle Art Association, Salmagundi Club, and Westchester Arts

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