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VILLAGE CHURCH IN SNOW

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VILLAGE CHURCH IN SNOW

Made by: Stanlla

Currently in storage


About this object

This painting depicts a moonlight scene of a small village church in the snow. People are entering the lighted doorway at left. The village is beyond. The painting was purchased from Arpad in Washington, D.C. It had been a gift of Prince Serge Romanov to Madame Walter Tuckerman and came from her husband's estate. It hung in the dining room in Mrs. Post's New York apartment.

Category:
paintings
Object name:
VILLAGE CHURCH IN SNOW
Made from:
Oil on canvas
Made in:
RUSSIA?
Date made:
1923
Size:
27 1/2 × 39 1/2 in. (69.9 × 100.3 cm)

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
51.239
Signature marks:
inscription A Madame Walter Tuckerman avec l'expection de ma proffonde reccon... Prince Serge Ropmanoff 2 aout 1925 N.Y.C." on photograph on reverse A photograph of a dark-haired man was tacked on the back of the painting. This inscription was written in white ink in the lower right corner. inscription From the Walter Tuckerman Estate. March 1961 below photograph, on reverse typed and fixed below the photograph
Credit line:
Gift of Julia P. Sibley, 1997