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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:
__27.50 IN __39.50 IN
__69.85 CM __100.33 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