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John Marin (1870-1953)

Little House, Castorland, New York

Details
John Marin (1870-1953)
Little House, Castorland, New York
signed and dated 'Marin 13' (lower left)
watercolor and pencil on paper
15¾ x 19 in. (40 x 48.3 cm.)
Provenance
The artist.
Alfred Stieglitz, New York, acquired from the above.
Estate of the above.
The artist, by exchange from the above.
Estate of the above.
John Marin, Jr., New York.
Richard York Gallery, New York.
Acquired by the present owner from the above, 2002.
Literature
American Art Research Council, no. 161-x.
S. Reich, John Marin: A Stylistic Analysis and Catalogue Raisonné, pt. II, Tucson, Arizona, 1970, p. 383, no. 13.70, illustrated.
Amarillo Art Center, John Marin Watercolors, exhibition catalogue, Amarillo, Texas, 1988, n.p., no. 8, illustrated.
Kennedy Galleries, Inc., John Marin: Between Realism and Abstraction, exhibition catalogue, New York, 1997, n.p., no. 3, illustrated.
Richard York Gallery, John Marin: The 291 Years, exhibition catalogue, New York, 1998, n.p., no. 18, illustrated.
Exhibited
New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Pioneers of Modern Art in America, April 9-May 19, 1946, no. 89.
New York, The Downtown Gallery, John Marin Before 1920, February 2-28, 1959, no. 20.
Roslyn, New York, Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, The Shock of Modernism in America: The Eight and Artists of the Armory Show, 1984.
Amarillo, Texas, Amarillo Art Center, John Marin Watercolors, 1988-89, no. 8.
New York, Kennedy Galleries, Inc., John Marin: Between Realism and Abstraction, October 4-November 1, 1997.
New York, Richard York Gallery, John Marin: The 291 Years, November 12, 1998-January 8, 1999.

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