Quick Reference

Time Period:
Prior to 1928

Location:
Keach house, Charlemont
Road, Buckland, Mass

Medium:
Oil on Canvas

Type:
Landscape

Category:
Houses

Size:
25 X 30


Purchased:
Unknown

Provenance:
NA

Noteworthy:

The Keach residence was a favorite subject of Woodward, having painted many paintings.

Featured Artwork: A Country Interior

RSW's Diary Comments

“Painted prior to 1930. Room at Keach’s farm which I have painted so much."



Additional Notes

J.H. Miller Article April, 1928
A review of the 1928 J.H. Miller Exhibition

Right: Springfield Union, by Jeanette Matthews

"Of warmer things there are some interiors that are heartening. A Country Interior and A Country Sitting Room... I like either of these rooms quite as much as anything Henry Ford could recreate of the period of my great-great.'



Springfield Daily Republican, Springfield, Mass., Sat. April 28, 1928

"....in which a curlicued iron stove radiates comfort....."



This painting is now in Virginia.



A Country Interior
A Country Sitting Room.

Another vantage point of the room is found in its sister A Country Sitting Room. In the lower left portion of A Country Interior you can see the plants and table found in A Country Sitting Room.


A Country Interior is one of those pieces that needs to be seen in it frame and so we have included a picture of it in its frame, below.


A Country Interior in its frame.