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Richard La Barre Goodwin

(1840–1910). Painter. A trompe-l'oeil still life specialist, he favored large arrangements of hanging game, usually displayed against a rustic support. An undated Cabin Door ...

Goodwin, Richard La Barre

Goodwin, Richard La Barre (1840–1910)   Quick reference

The Oxford Dictionary of American Art and Artists

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2007
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Art & Architecture
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..., Richard La Barre ( 1840–1910 ). Painter . A trompe-l’oeil still life specialist, he favored large arrangements of hanging game, usually displayed against a rustic support. An undated Cabin Door Still Life (Smithsonian American Art Museum) exemplifies a type he repeated in many variants. In this clear and harmonious composition, several birds accompany a fringed game bag and powder horn against a paneled door. Born in Albany, the son of portrait painter Edwin Weyburn Goodwin ( 1800–45 ), he was wounded as a young man in the Civil War. Subsequently...

Richard La Barre Goodwin

Richard La Barre Goodwin  

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(1840–1910).Painter. A trompe-l'oeil still life specialist, he favored large arrangements of hanging game, usually displayed against a rustic support. An undated Cabin Door Still Life (Smithsonian ...
Harnett, William Michael

Harnett, William Michael (1848–92)   Quick reference

The Oxford Dictionary of American Art and Artists

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2007
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Art & Architecture
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798 words

...and Other Still Life Painters, 1870-1900 (revised in 1969 ), Frankenstein’s sleuthing established the basis for subsequent appreciation and analysis of late-nineteenth-century illusionistic still life. Besides Peto, other figures include Jefferson David Chalfant , Richard La Barre Goodwin , John Haberle , Claude Raguet Hirst , and Alexander Pope...

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