Quick Reference

Time Period:
Unknown

Location:
The Little Window
Southwick Studio

Medium:
Oil on Canvas

Type:
Landscape

Gallery:
window Paintings

Size:
25 x 30

Exhibited:
NA

Purchased:
Unknown

Provenance:
NA

Noteworthy:

Twenty unfinished chalks and oils, mostly chalks, were forgotten and discovered in a crate being stored in an attic. A number of the pieces were nothing more than a sketch and can be found in the Sketch Book Gallery.

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Featured Artwork: Unnamed #10, The Little Window

RSW's Diary Comments

As unfinished, Woodward would not have written or commented in his artwork diary. All the works of art were framed for their preservation in 2017.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

This unfinished painting of the "Little" east facing window in RSW's Southwick studio does not exactly resemble any other of the numerous "Little" window paintings because he often staged them differently using the various brick-a-brack items he had about the studio. This window is however, is one of RSW's favorite subjects.



Additional Notes

This incomplete artwork was found in a forgotten shipping crate stored in an attic, as seen below, along with twenty other pieces. The crate is in excellant condition and is a wonderful example of how RSW shipped his paintings about the country to exhibit in various shows.



The Crate, complete
The crate as it was discovered.
A close up of the 'WITH CARE' label
A close up of the "WITH CARE" label
A picture of the top, with the address label
A picture of the top, with the address label
A look inside the crate, lined with newspaper
A look inside the crate, lined with newspaper
A closer look at the wood and nails
A closer look at the wood and nails
A picture of the newspaper lining
A picture of the newspaper lining
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