SOLD The Clipper, Provincetown

by Pauline Palmer (1867–1938)
Oil on canvas board
20 1/16 x 24 inches
Signed lower left: Pauline Palmer

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Provenance

Caldwell Gallery Hudson, Hudson, New York, by 2014

Exhibited

Caldwell Gallery Hudson, Hudson, New York, Summertime, May 1–September 10, 2014

Literature

Summertime (Hudson, NY: Caldwell Gallery Hudson, 2014), n. p.

Note: Palmer lived mainly in Chicago and then in Provincetown, Massachusetts, in her later years. Palmer’s paintings of Provincetown summer streets are emblematic of the era, when it was still a quaint artist’s colony and not yet a busy tourist destination.

Artist Biography

An Illinois native, Pauline Lennards Palmer studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and later in Paris. During her lifetime she exhibited more than 250 paintings at the Art Institute, which later created a purchase prize in her name. In her 1938 obituary, the New York Times referred to her as “one of the leading women painters in America.” She was honored with a memorial exhibition at the Art Institute the following year. With her husband, she summered in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and after his death in 1920, she spent much more time at her studio there, becoming a part of

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An Illinois native, Pauline Lennards Palmer studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and later in Paris. During her lifetime she exhibited more than 250 paintings at the Art Institute, which later created a purchase prize in her name. In her 1938 obituary, the New York Times referred to her as “one of the leading women painters in America.” She was honored with a memorial exhibition at the Art Institute the following year. With her husband, she summered in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and after his death in 1920, she spent much more time at her studio there, becoming a part of the thriving artist colony in the fishing village.

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