Still Life with Citrus and Cherries

by John E. Grouard (1824–1887)

Oil on canvas
10⅛ x 12⅛ inches
Signed lower right: Grouard.

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Provenance
Sale, Skinner Auctions, Boston, Massachusetts, November 19, 2004, lot 301
Private collection, New York, New York

Artist Biography

Known for his crayon portraits, marines, and landscapes, John E. Grouard came to share a studio with painter Robert Spear Dunning (1829–1905). In 1859 they founded the firm of Grouard & Dunning in Fall River, Massachusetts. In 1870, they established the Fall River Evening Drawing School, a regional school known for training still-life artists that was open to anyone over fifteen years old.

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Known for his crayon portraits, marines, and landscapes, John E. Grouard came to share a studio with painter Robert Spear Dunning (1829–1905). In 1859 they founded the firm of Grouard & Dunning in Fall River, Massachusetts. In 1870, they established the Fall River Evening Drawing School, a regional school known for training still-life artists that was open to anyone over fifteen years old.

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