4 edition of The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt found in the catalog.
The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt
by Portsmouth Athenaeum
Written in English
|Contributions||Evelyn S. Lamprey (Photographer), Diana Korzenil (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
Deborah M. Child is the author of Soldier Engraver Forger ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and The Sketchbooks Of John Samuel Blun /5(2). John Samuel Blunt was noted as an extraordinary painter of faces. Typical Blunt characteristics evidenced in this painting, include red underpaint which is sometimes allowed to show through a thinly painted background, unusual shades of red and sour yellows, blues and greens, and a consistent greenish tint to the flesh tones.
WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials more ››. John Samuel Blunt () grew up on the banks of the Piscataqua River in a large, extended family who all drew their livelihoods from the , Blunt had secured an apprenticeship in the.
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The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt Paperback – Color, January 1, by Deborah Child (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, Color "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback $ 10 Price: $ Six chapters encompass: Who Was John Samuel Blunt, Provenance of the Sketchbooks, Real Places and Real Time, Up and Down the Piscataqua, Figural Studies and Fancy Work, Nature Was His Inspiration.
A chronology of life events of Blunt and a John Samuel Blunt Family Tree. Wh was John Samuel Blunt. --Provenance of the sketchbooks --Real places. Real time --Up and down the Piscataqua --Figural studies and fancy work --Nature was his inspiration.
Appendix 1. Concise chronology of life events of john Samuel Blunt. Appendix 2. John Samuel Blunt family tree. Responsibility: Deborah M. Child ; foreward by Diana Korzenik. The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt by Deborah M. Child. Softcover. Excellent condition. Blunt was a talented artist who worked in the seacoast of New Hampshire in the s.
He died young, but the body of his work that remains reveals a talented. The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt. John Samuel Blunt was active/lived in New Hampshire, Massachusetts. John Blunt is known for portrait, marine, landscape and miniature painting.
Auction Records (24). Child, Deborah; Evelyn Lamprey, Diana Korzenil. The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt. The Artists Blueb North American Artists to.
The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt Deborah M. Child. Created Date: 5/1/ PM. Buy The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt by Unnamed (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Unnamed. Sketchbook kept by artist (painter), John S. Blunt, dated Boston, The sketchbook contains twenty-six pencil sketches (some detailed, some very simple) and one watercolor.
Sketches are of buildings, boats and scenery. One page contains notes. The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt. Portsmouth, NH: Portsmouth Athenæum, pages softcover. Many of Blunt's sketches and paintings, now on exhibit at the John Paul Jones House Museum in Portsmouth, portray an early view of the Piscataqua region.
Blunt. ByBlunt had secured an apprenticeship in the Boston workshop of decorative painter John Ritto Penniman, according to Athenaeum Proprietor Deborah M. Child, author of "The Sketchbooks of John. Portsmouth-born native John Samuel Blunt () is the focus of an exhibition that showcases the artist's sketchbook.
Sketchbooks of this age are rare for any American artist -- and virtually unique for Portsmouth. The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt: Child, Deborah M.: Books - Skip to main content.
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John Blunt is known for portrait, marine, landscape and miniature painting. Deborah Child:The Sketchbooks Of John Samuel Blunt,MISCELLANEOUS,MISCELLANEOUS,Released 01/01/,Pre-owned She is the author of The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt (Portsmouth Athenaeum, ) and a regular contributor to "Antiques and Fine Arts." Samples of her publications may be viewed on She is a resident of New Hampshire.
Book Object ID: Author: Blunt, John Samuel: Title [ Blunt Sketchbook] Published Date: c. Summary: Scanned page-by-page images of the Blunt sketchbook. Subjects: Local artist(s) Sketchbooks American art 20th century Piscataqua River Valley (Me.
and N.H.) Limners People. Hat Store, right), from J. Blunt Sketchbook. Right: Drawing, J.S. Blunt Sketchbook. Courtesy of Portsmouth Athenæum. SELF PORTRAIT John Samuel Blunt,Self Portrait, Oil on canvas, Private Collection. VIEW of PORTSMOUTH Blunt’s landscape masterpiece is a huge View of Portsmouth from Freeman’s Pointpainted about The.
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John Michael Vlach, Plain Painters: Making Sense of American Folk Art. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press,Deborah M. Child, "Coming of Age on the Picataqua: the Marine Paintings of John Samuel Blunt," Antiques and Fine Art, (August/September ), Deborah M.
Child, The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt. John Samuel Blunt, New Hampshire State Seal, painted panel. Courtesy of New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, N.H. Photo 2 Advertisement in NH Gazette Inthe year-old John S. Blunt began ten years as an ornamental and portrait painter in Portsmouth, renting rooms on Daniel Street.
His everyday work included gilding frames.Reference: For information of the life and works of John S. Blunt refer to Nina Fletcher Little's article “J.
S. Blunt; New England Landscape Painter” in The Magazine Antiques Septemberand to The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt by Deborah M. Child, the catalog of a show at The Portsmouth Athenaeum. This painting is illustrated in. Born in into a family of Portsmouth Mariners, John Samuel Blunt was apprenticed in the Boston workshop of artist John Ritto Penniman where, from age 14 to 21, he mastered the art of ornamentation.
(A historical marker located in Portsmouth in Rockingham County, New Hampshire.).