Muted white, brown, and black. Majority of picture seems to be chalked, while front of church definitely has a thick layer of paint. Very good details. The back has a number of notes (some illegible): "Lenox, Mass. - after photo"; "The clock presented by Fanny Kemble to Lenox Church has bee replaced by a gift of ..."; "Monmuent to the Reverend Samuel Skyland, pastor for fifty years"; "Property of Katharine M. Abbott, 24 Fairmont St., Lowell (?)".
- Collection Name
- Original art collection
- Collection Code
- Acquisition Type
- Date of Acquisition
- Jan. 12, 1923
- Physical Description
1 painting chalk[?] and paint on board
- 9 1/2"x 6 3/4" (HxW) (inches)
- Collection Type
- Graphic Materials
- Description Level
- Additional Identification Number
ACCESS ID: 1208
Old ID: 1228.00
- Reference Code
Hubbard, Charles D. (1801-1876) (artist)
- Descriptive Terms
Artist worked in Boston 1829-1869.
Signed by the artist: C/D.
- Location Note
- Publications Referencing This Collection
// For the artist, Charles D. Hubbard, see Groce & Wallace, see New York Historical Society, p. 332..
- Physical Access Restrictions
Edges frayed. Condition otherwise good.
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