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Description:¬†In this impressionist painting, Cornoyer has created a subdued mood with a small barge idle in a wintry, peopleless setting. Thought by the descendants of the original owners to be a scene somewhere along the Mohawk River in New York. It is signed lower left: “Paul Cornoyer”

Stretcher measures 18″ x 24″. Framed to: 25″ x 31″.¬†Item #FA00395

Paul Cornoyer (1864-1923), born in St. Louis, MO, studied at the Academie Julian in Paris with Jules Lefebvre, Louis Blanc, and Benjamin Constant. By 1891 Cornoyer set up his studio in New York City and was influenced by his fellow artists William Merritt Chase, J. Alder Weir, John Twachtman, Childe Hassam. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club and was elected, in 1909, to the National Academy of Design.

Condition: Painting has been professionally cleaned, relined and restretched. There does not appear to be any inpainting. Painted frame has chips along the perimeter.