Private collection, Mamaroneck, New York
Vose Galleries, Boston, Massachusetts, acquired from above, 1960
Private art dealer, New York, New York, acquired from above, 1963
Michael Altman Fine Art & Advisory Services, New York, New York
Private collection, Illinois, acquired from above, 2002
Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, Tennessee, Selections from the Kattner Collection of American Paintings, January 22–March 4, 2012
Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, Tennessee, Painting American Progress: Selections from the Kattner Collection and More, November 1, 2015–April 13, 2016
The Genesee Valley, New York, 1862–63, oil on canvas, 15 x 24 inches; National Academy Museum, New York, New York
This gifted second-generation member of the Hudson River School was instrumental in pioneering the American watercolor and etching movements during the nineteenth-century.
By Chelsea DeLay
VII. Suggested Resources
Samuel Colman was born in Portland, Maine, in 1832, and moved to New York with his family when he was a young child. His father, a well-known bookseller and an established dealer of fine engravings, had a clientele of artists and authors that provided an
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