Quick Reference

Time Period:
Painted in winter (Jan.) of 1951.

Location:
North window shelf
Buckland studio

Medium:
Oil on Canvas

Type:
Landscape

Category:
Window Picture

Size:
25 X 30

Exhibited:
Unknown

Purchased:
Unknown

Provenance:
Unknown

Noteworthy:

Nothing of note for this piece of work.

Related Links

Featured Artwork: The North Window

RSW's Diary Comments

“Painted in winter (Jan.) of 1951. Painted expressly for Mr. and Mrs. ..........with motifs in it they spoke of wanting when they came up to see my paintings the day before Christmas. Outside the N. window, both my barn and Gould’s barn with light snow in the air. Inside red curtain to the left. To left of shelf, owl majolica pitcher (owned by the ...........) close to an apple. To the right center, blossoming pink geranium (2 apples at base of pot and also small open book), to right large green bottle with lavender smaller bottle beside it. Row of small books at extreme right. Bought by Mr. and Mrs. ..........., Feb. 1951.”


Additional Notes

The North Window Letters Click the link to view RSW's handwritten letters regarding the purchase of this piece of artwork.


The title from the back stretcher

This canvas is privately owned.

A close up look at the owl in the painting
The actual owl today