Ida H. Stebbins (b. 1851)

  • Ida H. Stebbins (b. 1851)
  • View of South Pond, New York ,1879
  • Oil on canvas
  • 23 x 33 ½ inches
  • Signed and dated, lower left

By the time View of South Pond, New York was painted in 1879, she was living in Boston. Like many artists of her generation, Stebbins likely traveled throughout the Northeast region, gaining inspiration for her paintings from the landscape of New England and New York. Stebbins was likely visiting upstate New York when she painted this sweeping view of South Pond and the surrounding mountains near Long Lake in the Adirondacks just south of Deerland. Here, Stebbins captures the stunning vermillion, burnt orange and brown tones of the autumn landscape with the style and precise rendering often seen in paintings produced by the Hudson River School.

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IDA H. STEBBINS View of South Pond, New York Framed
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