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Author: Deborah Child
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Title: The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt
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Publisher: Portsmouth Athenaeum (2007)
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The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt by Deborah Child



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 Bluebook 34,000 North American Artists to March 2005.

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Wh was John Samuel Blunt? Provenance of the sketchbooks. Nature was his inspiration. Appendix 1. Concise chronology of life events of john Samuel Blunt. Appendix 2. John Samuel Blunt family tree. Statement of responsibility. Child ; foreward by Diana Korzenik. Child, Deborah M. Contributor. Blunt, John . 1798-1835.

Deborah M. Child is an author, lecturer, and independent curator. A graduate of the Master of Arts Program at Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada, she is the author of The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt (Portsmouth Athenaeum, 2007). She is also a regular contributor to Antiques and Fine Art. Her essays include: A Portrait to Be Treasured Once Again: A Copley Pastel of a Boston Maiden, Thank Goodness for Granny Notes: Rufus Porter and His New England Sitters, and Samuel Jordan: Artist, Thief, Villain.

by Deborah M Child; John S Blunt; Diana Korzenik. Type: Print book : Biography. Publisher: Portsmouth, . Portsmouth Athenaeum,. Public Lists that Include "The sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt". First Prev 1 Next Last.

The Sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt. Portsmouth, NH: Portsmouth Athenæum, 2007. Unlocking the Mysteries of the Wilkinson Limner Expressions of Innocence and Eloquence. Selections from the Jane Katcher Collection of Americana, Volume II. Published by Marquand Books, Seattle, in association with Yale University Book Press, 2011, 141-153. Mr. Willson of NH and His Remarkable Watercolors. Courtesy, the Autumn 2017 issue (Volume 16, issue 3) of Antiques and Fine Art Magazine, 110-115. The Discover Portsmouth Center is looking for used copies of these books and others to create a Vintage Bookshelf of books related to the. 5 Video & Audio Creatives. Important folk portait by john samuel blunt (the borden limner) of lenora fish of upton ma. American,, Circa to 1830's A recently discovered unknown folk portait by The Borden Limner of a beautiful young lady wearing all her finest known as Lenora Fish. First studied and Exhibited by the.

Works by Deborah M. The sketchbooks of John Samuel Blunt 4 copies. Soldier, Engraver, Forger: Richard Brunton's Life on the Fringe i. copies. Child is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Child is composed of 1 name.

Provenance of the Sketchbooks 2 II. Real Places. Real Time 30 I Up and Down the Piscataqua . Figural Studies and Fancy Work 74 V. Nature Was His Inspiration 86 Appendix 1 i Con he Cronology of Life Events of John Samuel Blunt 1 06 Appendix 2 john Samuel Blunt Family Tree 07. Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Blunt, John S,, 1798-1835 Criticism and interpretation, Blunt, John S,, 1798-1835 Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc.

John Samuel Blunt was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. During his brief career he is known to have executed miniatures, ship ornaments and signage, as well as portraits, landscapes, and marine art. Works by Blunt can be seen in many collections accessible to the public including the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection, Williamsburg, Virginia; the American Folk Art Museum, New York; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; New Bedford Whaling Museum, New Bedford, MA; Portsmouth Athenaeum, Portsmouth Historical Society and Strawbery Banke Museum, all of Portsmouth, NH. Deborah Child has followed the meager and elusive documentary and visual trail left by Blunt through the centuries and generations to uncover an astounding body of rarely seen sketches and images that vividly reflect the picturesque landscape of the Seacoast Region. Ms. Child shows that Blunt was on the leading edge of the development of the Romantic Movement in American art. About the Author: Deborah M. Child is an independent art historian and museum consultant based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She is a graduate of the Master of Arts program at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. For the last five years she has been researching Piscataqua painting of the Federal period, with a special interest in genealogy and provenance searches. Since 2005, she has been project curator for the John Samuel Blunt Catalogue Raisonné Project at the Portsmouth Athenaeum.