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Springtime in the Berkshires

circa 1900

Hugh B. Jones (American, 1848 - 1927)

Hugh Bolton Jones created numerous paintings of the New England landscape in the Impressionist style, which had rapidly gained popularity in this country by the turn of the 20th century. This pastoral, sun-drenched scene was the fourth work of art to enter the collection of the newly opened Mint Museum of Art as indicated by its accession number, 1936.4.

Place object was created: United States

oil paint, canvas

Measurements:    frame height: 34 inches    frame width: 40 inches    smallest height: 30 inches    smallest width: 36 inches    frame depth: 2 inches

Gift of Mrs. F.Y. Chubb 1936.4

Currently on view at Mint Museum UPTOWN