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12-07-2017FINISHED

Southwick Studio
Then & Now

The second page of our comprehensive look at the Southwick Place from RSW's time to today. This page focuses solely on the studio itself and features an excerpt from an article published in American Artist Magazine by Ernest W. Watson and his visit to the studio just 10 months before RSW's death.


12-05-2017NEW PICS

The Green Bottle and the Barn

New pictures of this wonderful painting have now been uploaded! Be sure to check out the large hi-res image, it is stunning!


12-04-2017ADDED

New England Drama

We climbed a steep hill to capture this remarkable New England house and farm today from a vantage point close to the original painting.


12-03-2017NEW PAGE

Colton's Radiogram
Transcript

In 1934 Woodward friend and head of the Colton Elastic Web Company Clifford Richmond sponsored a monthly radio program. Just after RSW's Hiram Woodward fire Richmond used his program to tell the tail of RSW's perseverance.


12-02-2017NEW PAGE

RSW's Style: by Henry Haff

In 1970, the Deerfield Academy's American Studies Group published an illustrated catalogue featuring RSW, his life and work. In the catalogue, Deerfield student, Henry Haff, '71, wrote a compelling essay on RSW's style worthy of its own page. ENJOY!


11-30-2017REVISED

Across the Winter River

It was recently discovered that this piece was left out of the new Purinton Hill Gallery. Furthermore, we were able to locate the approximate spot where RSW painted it and added to the page a topographic map pointing it out.


11-28-2017NEW PICS

A Quiet Village

We already had pretty good pictures of this wonderful chalk but when we had the opportunity to get a better picture, we do it. This drawing is quite remarkable. It is an excellent example of RSW's unique style. It also contains the MOST number of items favored by him and is included 5 theme galleries on the website.


11-26-2017NEW PICS

From a Mountain Farm

The Smithsonian Museum has recently revamped its entire website! And with that, they have updated the quality of their images which includes this sepia image of the painting.


11-24-2017NEW CHALK

Haystack From Wilmington

This chalk was recently located and is privately owned. We are hoping for better pictures, but for the time being we are thrilled to it return to the fold! There was a recently discovered Unfinished chalk of Haystack Mountain in Vermont but this piece is the only known completed one.


11-22-2017NEW CHALK

Along the Shaded Road

Recently located is this wonderful chalk which happens to look a lot like the road from which another Unfinished oil was done. The owner believes it is of Oxbow Road in Heath (MA) but if east or west is not known. None the less, it is terrific!


11-03-2017    FOUND: 17 Unfinished works of art in an old shipping crate , in an attic.

UNNAMED GALLERY

Unfinished Chalks & Oils

We added the Unfinished artwork to the bottom of Unnamed Gallery because technically, they are unnamed. It is unclear to us as to why RSW did not compete these pieces, whether it was time or dissatisfaction with the composition.


ROW 1

Unfinished #1

First Church of Deerfield

Unfinished #2

First Church of Deerfield, Profile

Unfinished #3

The Modest Church

Unfinished #4

Beech Tree

Unfinished #5

Tree and Stone Wall


ROWS 2 & 3

Unfinished #6

A Country Path

Unfinished #7

South Over the Valley

Unfinished #8

Halifax House Elm

Unfinished #9

House in Halifax

Unfinished #10

The Little Window

Unfinished #11

Mount Equinox


SKETCHBOOK GALLERY

Sketchbook

6 of the "Unfinished" pieces were nothing more than a sketch with just a hint or touch of chalk and as such we felt it best to include those pieces in the Sketchbook. To the right are the items. If the work is related to a known piece it was named as such and the two pieces were unique and give a number.


SKETCHES

Unfinished Chalk

Fulfillment

Unfinished Chalk

Halifax House

Unfinished Chalk

Little Sugar House

Unfinished Chalk

Under Purinton Hill

Sketchbook #64

The Little Window

Sketchbook #65

Mount Equinox


11-02-2017NEW IMAGES

Burnham Cottage

New images of the painting of the cottage RSW once lived early in his career.


11-01-2017NEW IMAGES

After Early Frost

We traveled to New Hampshire and the Franklin Public Library is get this beautiful painting picture! Cudos the the library for their wonderful collection of paintings.


10-31-2017NEW IMAGES

Just After Haying Time

We traveled to New Hampshire and the Franklin Public Library is get this beautiful painting picture! Cudos the the library for their wonderful collection of paintings.


10-29-2017NEW IMAGE

Winter Slope

The owner of this wonderful painting came to us to share it in person. We couldn't be MORE grateful for their generousity.


10-28-2017UPDATE

The Tale of Two Winters

Along with the newly aquired Winter Slope this page has been updated with new images.


10-27-2017NEW PROFILE

Walter & Belle Smith

The Smiths may just be one of the most important people regarding Woodward's success as an artist. Famous collectors, they are known for giving their entire collection to the Springfield Library Association to start a museum. Mr. Smith would buy 4 of RSW's early paintings, the first museum to do so...


10-25-2017NEW PROFILE

Mrs. Pauline Everett

Equally important to RSW's career and legacy was Mrs. Everett who gave here entire collection of artwork to museums all across the country, including 8 Woodwards. Not much is know about her but we were able to scrounge up some stuff and learned RSW may have made a rare trip to NYC to meet her.


10-23-2017NEW ARCHIVE

1925 Fundraiser

This was a shocking discovery. In 1925, RSW friend, Dr. Lawrence Lunt sent a fundraising letter to Mrs. Belle Townsley Smith appealing for her to contribute funds to aid RSW who at the time... still feeling the effects of his disasterous Redgate fire in 1922 was not making his bills!


10-22-2017NEW ARCHIVE

Contentment Gift

In 1991, former soap actress, Virginia Dwyer Gorman, sought to give as a gift her Woodward painting Contentment to the Springfiled Museum of Fine Art along with her sister Jenny Lou.


10-21-2017NEW GALLERY

Archives & Letters

Over the years of gathering information and reference material we have accumilated a number of letters and documents pertaining to RSW. We felt it was time to start a new gallery devoted solely to the papers.


09-12-2017NEW PAINTING

Unnamed: Out of the Past

New pictures of a yet unnamed painting of the "Little Brown House" in Deerfield with the large elm in front.


09-11-2017ADDED

New England Castle

This piece was just added to our Complete Works List. It is mentioned in RSW's diary comments for Farmer's Castle and was not added to our list until now.


09-10-2017UPDATE

1918 National Academy of Design

It was recently discovered that RSW sent Golden Barn to be exhibited at the academy's annual show and passed the jury and did hang there.


09-09-2017ADDED

Farmer's Castle

During a recent visit to the Field Public Library's (Conway, MA) exhibit of artist Lester Stevens work for Conway's 250th Anniversary celebration we saw two paintings Stevens did of the very same farm from a different perspective. Visit the page to see!


09-08-2017NEW PAGES

Illustrated Catalogue of Robert Strong Woodward

In 1970, the American Studies Group of the Deerfield Academy published what they called an Illustrated Catalogue profiling RSW and his work. It is an impressive piece of work by the young men involved.


07-30-2017NEW IMAGE

Under the Winter Moon

New image of Under the Winter Moon which is part of the George Walter Vincent Smtih Collection of the Springfield Museum system.


07-28-2017LETTERS!

Letters & documents:
Under the Winter Moon

From the archives of the Springfield Museum are letters and documents related to Under the Winter Moon. Especially interesting is Woodward's letters to J.H. Miller and G.W.V. Smith regarding the offer by Smith to purchase the painting.


07-22-2017NEW PAINTING

Unnamed: From My Winter Shelf

Previously unknown painting discovered. This unsigned and unnamed piece is near identical and related to My Winter Shelf, however, with a couple of distinct differences.


07-20-2017NEW IMAGE

New England Valley

As always, the website does all it can to provide you the best and clearest pictures of Woodward's artwork. Here is the most up-to-date and best image yet of New England Valley


07-18-2017NEW IMAGE

Midwinter

Recently contacted by its current owner, who also provided the new image, this painting is related to Tangled Branches, only it is a full day time scene.


03-13-2017NEW IMAGE

New England Valley

We just got our hands on these new high-resolution images of this early work of Woodward's just in time to be added to two of our new theme galleries (IN BLOOM and FENCES, GATES & DOORS) Painted in 1919 of mountain laurel blooms on a sloping hillside above the Deerfield River.


03-13-2017REVISED

New Theme Galleries

It has been a long time coming... we have revised the Theme gallery page by adding 9 new theme galleries!


BURNING AUTUMN
CHALKS & CRAYONS
FENCES, GATES & DOORS
IN BLOOM
PURINTON HILL
QUINTESSENTIAL REDGATE
ROCKS & STONE WALLS
SNOW ON THE GROUND
STUNNING SKIES

03-11-2017NEW GALLERY!

Chalks & Crayons

Finally we have compiled a gallery of ALL the Chalk Drawings (Crayons & Charcoals) for those fans this art form. Woodward's drawing paintings are unique, in that, work in popular pastels is rare in the art world other than well known artist Georgia O'Keefe and just a handful of others.


03-11-2017NEW GALLERY!

Burning Autumn

What is a New England artist without spectacular autumn scenes? Here we compiled all of RSW's fall foliage paintings we have images for, including anything that show the beginning of fall.


03-11-2017NEW GALLERY!

Fences, Gates & Doors

While compiling the other list... the website staff began to notice a pattern. One, there were far more fences in paintings than we anticipated. Two, a lot of fences also featured interesting barn doors and/ or openings and finally... RSW did feature 'doors' in numerous paintings.


03-10-2017NEW GALLERY!

In Bloom

The beauty of nature is that things 'bloom' at different times throughout the spring and fall so rather than simply compile 'spring paintings' we pulled together every painting where we cound find something blooming.


03-10-2017NEW GALLERY!

Purinton Hill

One of the most iconic hills in all of Buckland, MA was the subject in numerous of paintings by Woodward but also made its way into others as a distant backdrop.


03-09-2017NEW GALLERY!

Quintessential Redgate

Woodward's early success as a professional landscape painter are found in these 'atmospheric' woods and wetlands pieces painted from his first studio's back window.


03-09-2017NEW GALLERY!

Rocks & Stone Walls

What says "New England," besides fall foliage, more than stone walls and rock ledges? Here is a gallery compiled of all known paintings that contained or featured rocks and stone walls.


03-08-2017NEW GALLERY!

Snow On The Ground

The premise of this gallery, rather than simply featuring the 'winter' months, was to include any work of art that has snow on the ground whether it be late fall or early spring!


02-27-2017NEW GALLERY!

Stunning Skies

Big skies are a common theme in many landscape paintings and RSW was no exception. This gallery includes paintings by Woodward that featured the sky or used the sky to frame the landscape he painted.


02-25-2017REVISED

Churches & Cemetery

There was one painting Woodward featured a cemetery and it sat alone in its own gallery. We have now merged that piece with the churches and included ALL pieces that show a church, even if it's just a steeple.


02-24-2017REVISED

Scrapbook Gallery

We have reorganized our Scrapbook Gallery into 3 sections improving the viewer's experience in locating topics of interest. The sections are as follows- Stories & Essays, List & Archives and Tributes. Enjoy!


02-23-2017NEW IMAGE

West Glow

For the longest time, an unnamed and unsigned painting of a vibrant sunset was assumed to most likely be West Glow, until now... Signed and named, along with a label from the Salmagundi Club guarentees this new image is the real deal.


02-22-2017NEW SKETCH

Sketch #63

This recently located sketch of the back porch, facing east, between the Southwick house and studio and its view of the valley and hill has been now added to the Sketchbook Gallery along with an old photo taken from almost the same perspective.


02-21-2017NEW STORY

Tale of Two Winters

This story is an attempt to show how difficult sorting out RSW's paintings of similar scenes and repeated use of similar names can cause fits for the website staff especially when Woodward stays consisted in name and content of one scene but not the other.


02-20-2017NEW PAGE

Gothic Revival

This page is an added bonus to those interested in the Southwick Place and classic home styles. Southwick holds true to the Gothic Revival style in the subdued and modest New England way. Built in 1850, it is one of the first Gothic Revival homes in area.


01-24-2017NEW ARTWORK

Maple Sugaring

This recently discovered painting (January 2017) of the Keach Farm sugar house is similar to but different, in both size and aspect ratio, from, Steaming Sugar House.


01-23-2017NEW PAGE

Public Institutions

A revised list of Woodward's artwork held by public institutions (museums, libraries & colleges). Not all of them are available to the public, however, the list does note if it is available.


01-22-2017NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: From Under the Studio Tree

This newly found painting painted from the tree in front of RSW's small studio, affectionately called The Little Shop, of the farm across the road with Purinton Hill in the distance. A really unique piece in both color and tone.


01-21-2017NEW IMAGE

The Tranquil Hour

This quintessential Redgate painting has a new high resolution image.


01-20-2017NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: Above the Winter Hills

This gorgeous painting of the 'Buckland Hills' from Burrington Hill in Heath, MA is worth a look. See the featured topographical map of Woodward's vantage point.


01-19-2017NEW INFO

Rushing Brook

This page has been revised when it was discovered that Woodward may have posed for a picture in 1922 in front of the painting he may have possibly painted Rushing Brook in 1942. The photo is of poor quality but the features appear to line up.


01-18-2017PAGE REVISED

The Brook

Up until recently, it was believed that a painting Woodward posed for a picture in front of in 1922 was The Brook. However, in a handwritten note RSW specifically states that The Brook was painted in the "Clock Hollow' section of Buckland not matching the Diary Comments of Rushing Brook.


01-17-2017NEW ARTWORK

Tranquil Hour

Wow, when it rains it pours! This newly located painting is related to The Tranquil Hour and Evening Tranquil Hour. It is the same wintry pond with more of the trees surrounding it but in an upright/portrait version.


12-21-2016NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: Enduring Farm

A beautiful painting of a small New England farm surrounded by wooded hills of late summer, early fall. It features a man plowing a field with his horses.


12-21-2016NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: Winters Mist

This recently discovered painting was found for sale on eBay and sold for $4,350. It is a signed but unnamed version similar of Winter Mist.


12-19-2016NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: From a Pasture Ledge

A Beech Tree painting from the Heath pasture. It is unique in the sense that it from a vantage point not seen in any other Beech Tree painting.


12-18-2016NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: Stonewall Along a Hill Pasture

A pasture painting of two hills meeting and divided by a stone wall and featuring a large tree in late autumn from early in RSW's career.


12-15-2016NEW IMAGE

Out of the Past

It is still a black and white but much clearer and better resolution of Out of the Past.


12-14-2016NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: Woodland Edge

This beautiful, signed, painting of birches framing an opening into the woods behind it is believed to be Woodland Edge. However, we were unable to comfirm due to a protective backer board glued to the back of the frame.


12-14-2016NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: Wintry Hills

A chalk drawing of the Heath pasture sans the beech tree. It features a distant "sea of hills."


12-12-2016NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: Winter From the Studio Door

A 36 x 42, signed but unnamed version of Woodward's "Winter From the Studio" series of paintings.


12-12-2016NEW SCRAP-
BOOK STORY


Tale of Two Winters

A story about the difficulty in making a record of Woodward's art catalog using two winter paintings that have multilpe versions, names and cross paths with each other several times over a five year period.


12-10-2016REVISED PAGE

Joseph Goss Cowell

New information discovered on RSW's very close childhood friend and respected artist in his own right, Joseph Cowell. Cowell is best known to us as the friend who helped RSW attend the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School in 1910.


12-07-2016NEW PICTURE

Evening Mists

New pictures of this painting made available by its current owner. This artwork is one of only two known "Redgate" styled paintings Woodward repainted in the mid-1940's.


12-07-2016FOUND!

Christ Church Limestone sketch

Recently located this sketch of the Christ Church Limestone in Hanna City, IL just west of Peoria and drawn by Woodward while a student attending Bradley Polytechnic Institute sometime between 1902 and 1907.


12-01-2016NEW INFO!

Leonard Eager Curtis Bookplate

Always considered "odd" by the website staff for the power lines drawn in this nature scene by Woodward for this bookplate. We have recently learned that Leonard Curtis was a pioneer in the earliest days of bringing electric power into your home. Read his story!


12-01-2016NEW INFO!

Ashleigh Bookplate

The Ashleigh Bookplate was made for one of the country's richest men, marketing genius, Norman Bruce Ream. Read more...


12-01-2016NEW PAGE

To Tell My Mother I Love Her

This illumination made by Woodward for his mother was made around 1906-07 when he was 21 years old. It was found in the RSW Smithsonian collection of personal photos and papers.


07-21-2016RECOVERED!

Original High Resolution Sepias Recovered

The website has been able to recover most all of the original images of sepias prints thought to be lost forever.

We have currently added nearly 100 new hi-res images of these recovered prints sprinkled throughout the Artwork Galleries having the greatest impact on the Window Picture Gallery with 17 new images!


07-21-2016IMAGE FOUND

Late Autumn

We did not have an photograph for the painting Late Autumn until recently when it's current owner contacted us and sent us terrific pics.

Check out this beautiful painting of foliage in New England.


07-21-2016NEW NAME

Apple Blossom Time, Original

We have recently learned the name of a painting we were calling The Greening Tree, 16's real name is Apple Blossom Time

There's MORE, we have learned that there are 4 versions of the painitng all purchased by a group of sisters.


07-21-2016NEW ARTWORK

Apple Blossom Time, Shirley

This painting was discovered when we learned of the name for the painting we were calling The Greening Tree, 16's real name. There are 4 versions of the painitng all purchased by a group of sisters and this one is sister Shirley.


06-30-2016NEW ARTWORK

Spring on the Hill

Previously unknown artwork titled Spring on the Hill was recently brought to our attention by it's current owner. Check out this beautiful painting of the Beech Tree in Heath.


06-30-2016NEW IMAGE

June Sun

We are excited to add new pictures of this remarkable window paintings from Woodward's Southwick's south windows. It's unusual size (24 x36) for RSW makes this very unique piece more panaoramic.


06-30-2016NEW IMAGE

The Flying Fox

We are thrilled to have gorgeous new pictures of one of Woodward's "favorite barn canvases." The Flying Fox was also one of 26 other pieces to be exhibited at RSW's first BIG one-man-show in Boston (1926).


04-22-2016NEW ARTWORK

Unnamed: Through Two Trees

Found in Omaha, NE, this unnamed watercolor could possibly have been painted by Woodward in his adolescence while attending the Bradley Institute in Peoria, IL. We explore the pros and cons...


04-22-2016INVALID

NO LONGER VALID

This update is not longer vlaid due to an overhaul of the Unnamed Gallery completed in April of 2018.


04-22-2016NEW SKETCHES

The Sketchbook Gallery

Previously unavailable to get a suitable scan due to the lightness which RSW sketched them, we have added to new sketches to the sketch book. Sketch#60 is of the 'book corner' from the Little Shop studio and Sketch#61 is a none descript tree lined pasture.


04-22-2016FAMOUS OWNER

Joseph Holland

With the discovery of October Gold and Winter Design recently, we also learn that they were once owned by famous stage actor Joseph Holland. He was once famously stabbed (for real) on stage by Orson Wells. Click link to learn more...


04-22-2016NEW IMAGE

When Apples Are Ripe

The website staff never misses an opportunity to try and improve the viewer's experience with better, more detailed pictures. This artwork and the following 5 others in the next row are all currently being exhibited at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston.


04-22-2016NEW IMAGE

Under the Hill


04-22-2016NEW IMAGE

A Country Interior


04-22-2016NEW IMAGE

Spring Window


04-22-2016NEW IMAGE

Spring Drifts


04-22-2016NEW IMAGE

Pasture Ferns


04-14-2016NEW ARTWORK

October Gold

The artwork October Gold was believed to have been found in 2009 when it went up for auction in Mystic, CT. We discovered we were wrong when the real owners contacted the website in 2015.


04-14-2016NEW NAME

An October Gold

The artwork An October Gold was once believed to be October Gold despite it not matching it's reported size. It was not until the current owners of October Gold contacted us that we realized there are TWO golds.


04-14-2016NEW NAME

Winter Design

An added treat of the October Gold discovery was that this previously unnamed piece came with the package. Once believed to be just a sketch turns out to be a unique and rare Woodward.


04-14-2016NEW ARTICLE

Boston Globe,
March 3, 1930

This article features October Gold's appearance at the "Boston Art Week" Exhibition held at Jordan Marsh in 1930, Boston, MA.


04-14-2016NEW ARTICLE

Boston Herald,
June 29, 1930

October Gold as the featured artwork of the Herald's Rotogravure Section.


03-03-2016NEW IMAGE

Landscape

The artwork Landscape is used as a feature image in the same newspaper issue as the previous article but in different paper like that often used for 'inserts.' This provided us with the best image of this piece to date.


03-03-2016NEW ARTICLE

New Your Times Magazine,
March 30, 1919

"Prize Winners at the Academy: Art at Home and Abroad"

A summary of prize winners from the National Academy of Design's annual exhibition, 1919.


03-03-2016NEW ARTICLE

Boston Evening Transcript, December 8, 1926

The artwork Landscape is used as a feature image in the same newspaper issue as the previous article but in different paper like that often used for 'inserts.'


03-03-2016NEW ARTICLE

Boston Evening Transcript, by "H.P;" December 8, 1926

"New England Scenes,"

The announcement and review of Woodward's One-Man Exhibition at the Lyman Residence.


03-03-2016NEW ARTICLE

Springfield Union, November 12, 1927

"Painting Exhibit To Open Tonight," - Announcement of the opening of Springfield Art League's ninth special exhibition of oil paints. The article also list the show's prize winners


03-03-2016NEW ARTICLE

Springfield Union, Date Unknown

"Untitled Review Clipping," - A glowing critique and review of Woodward's prize winning oil landscape, When Drifts Melt Fast.


02-18-2016NEW ARTICLE

Springfield Union,
January 6, 1928

"New Paintings on Exhibit by Picture Club" - An announcement and brief summary review of the Springfield Art League's 'Circulating Picture Club' exhibit.


02-05-2016NEW EXHIBITION

One-man Show at J.H. Miller Galleries, Springfield, MA, April 1928

Woodward's One-Man Show at J.H. Miller Galleries, Springfield, MA, April 1928 is now ready for viewing!

This show exhibited 37 total pieces of work, 25 oil paintings and 12 chalks.


01-14-2016NEW IMAGE

Busy Sugaring

New hi-res picture received and added to page!


12-02-2015ADDENDUM

"Through Summer Hills,
Chalk"

Correction and clarifications made to the artwork page relating to the original painting which exhibited three times in the 1920's.


12-02-2015ADDENDUM

"Through Summer Hills,
Oil"

Correction and clarifications made to the artwork page relating to the original painting which exhibited three times in the 1920's.


12-02-2015ADDENDUM

"Through Summer Hills,"

Correction and clarifications made to the Scrapbook story relating to the original painting which exhibited three times in the 1920's.


02-18-2016NEW ARTICLE

Springfield Republican, April, 1922

"Untitled Blurb" - A simple blurb announcing the awards and honors of local artist Robert Strong Woodward and his friend and colleague Gardner Symons.


02-16-2016NEW ARTICLE

Springfield Union, 1926

"One-Man Art Show Attracts Attention to Robert Woodward"


02-05-2016NEW ARTICLE

Springfield Republican, April 1928, by Jeanette Matthews

Jeanette Matthews, a renown Springfield art critic, writes a review and critique of Woodward's "One-man Show" at J.H. Miller Galleries, in Springfield, MA. Woodward notes, in his own hand, "a good article,' written on the clipping.


11-27-2015NEW ARTICLE & EXHIBITION

"Woodward Canvases on Exhibit Here," Unknown
"Littlecote Gallery's Annual Spring Exhibition" Utica, NY

New article and exhibition pages added to the "Articles List" and "Exhibition List" relating to artwork exhibited at the Littlecote Gallery's Annual Spring Exhibition in Utica, NY, March 14, 1929

11-17-2015NEW ARTICLES

"Art and Artists," Peoria Star, April 20
"Untitled" Peoria Journal Transcript, April 27
"Echos of the Past," Peoria Star, April 27

New article pages added to the "Articles List"

11-15-2015VIDEO

"An Artist of His Time"

The full video of a lecture given by Peter Trippi, Editor and Chief of Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine regarding Woodward.

11-10-2015NEW PICS

A Clear September Day

New hi-res pictures taken and added to page!

10-16-2015NEW PAGE

Burnham Cottage

Newly discovered painting located. New page added with picture.

09-20-2015NEW PAGE

Pasture Ferns

New chalk drawing discovery recently up for auction!

For more Auction info Click Here.

09-11-2015NEW PAGE

The Greening Tree,

There's another? Previously unknown piece comes up for auction! New page created with features the compare the two pieces of art.

For more Auction info Click Here.

09-08-2015NEW PAGE

Monadnock From Frost's Hill

New chalk drawing discovery! New page and pictures added.

08-22-2015NEW LIST

Exhibitions List

Newly formatted "Exhibitions" list provides improved viewing and navigation. More improvements, such as, links to exhibit pages are to follow.

08-18-2015NEW LIST

Auctions List

Newly created "Auctions" list provides information of all known Woodwards that have come up for auction.

08-15-2015NEW PAGE

Aeolus: Home of the Wind, 1929

Sorting and organizing all the articles and clipping regarding Woodward, the staff discovers there are two of these chalks. The 1929 chalk was exhibited at the Pynchon Galleries. See the clipping by clicking the link.

06-24-2015NEW PAGE

Snow From the North

Thanks to the article in "Fine Art Connoisseur" (Feb. 2013) this painting was found hanging in the Duquesne Club of Pittburgh, PA.

05-05-2015NEW STORY

"Clouds"

An essay discussing clouds in Robert Strong Woodward paintings added to the Scrapbook.

10-02-2014NEW PAGE

Abandoned Heights

This chalk drawing was unknown until it was discovered in a western Massachusetts home.

04-02-2014NEW STORY

"Apples"

A discussion about Robert Strong Woodward's use of apples in his paintings.

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