Woodbury Antiques & Fine Art

Located in historic Woodbury, CT, we have a rustic gallery and garden setting, and we offer 18th & 19th c. American, British & Continental antiques with many decorative accessories. Our fine art gallery features original and period painted works in various mediums geared for the discriminating collector. We are about 100 yards beyond of the historic Curtis House Inn just across Route 6 on the right side going north, click here to see that on a local map.

Scroll down to see our great show of Connecticut landscape paintings, Opening Reception, October 11, 2008 with the exhibition to run for the rest of the month of October 2008. A press release regarding this event appeared in the Oct. 3, 2008 issue of the Art and Antiques Weekly, aka the Newtown Bee.


473 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798

Tel: 203.266.4753
Email: antique@snet.net


Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 12pm - 5pm
Thursday: 12pm - 5pm
Friday: 12pm - 5pm
Saturday: 12pm - 5pm
Sunday: 2pm - 5pm

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Featured Exhibition for October 2008,

Opening Reception, Saturday, October 11, 2008, 12pm to 5pm

Walter Clark (1849-1917), Meadows in Spring, Litchfield, County, CT, 12 by 16 inches, oil/panel

Clark studied at the N.A.D. with Lemuel Wilmarth, then with George Inness. His work is in the Bush Holley House, Greenwich, CT, New Britain Museum, CT; Smithsonian Institution and the Library of Congress, DC.

Walter Clark (1849-1917), Sunny Day, Connecticut Landscape, 36 by 36 inches, oil/canvas

By the 1890s, Clark turned from tonalism to impressionism, influenced by Twachtman, and DeCamp. During summers, he painted in Cos Cob, CT, Gloucester, MA, and Ogunquit, ME.


George Smillie (1840-1921), Windy Day, Connecticut Hilltop, 10 by 14 inches, oil/panel, signed l.l.

Smillie is in the the National Gallery of Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Corocoran Gallery, New-York Historical Society, Brooklyn Museum of Art and R.I.S.D.

Walter Griffin (1861-1935), View of the Connecticut River, Essex, CT, 24-1/2 by 30 inches, oil/board, double sided.

Griffin's work can be found in these Connecticut Museums: the Bush Holley House, the Florence Griswold Museum, and the Wadsworth Atheneum.

Walter Griffin (1861-1935), Country Road, Essex, CT, 30 by 24-1/2 inches, oil/board, verso

Other museums that own Griffin's work include the Colby College Art Museum, ME, the San Diego Art Museum, CA, the High Museum in Atlanta GA and many others.

Hobart Nichols (1869-1962), A Mountain Brook, 22 by 28 inches, oil/canvas

An Academician of the National Academy of Design by 1920, from 1939 to 1949 he was the President of the NAD.

Hobart Nichols (1869-1962), Winter Scene near Kent, CT, 30 by 40 inches, oil/canvas

Hobart Nichol's work is in the White House, the Smithsonian, the Phillips Collection, Washington, DC; the Newark Museum, NJ; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, the N.A.D., NY; and many others.

Eugene Francis Savage (1883-1978), Woodbury, CT, 18 by 20 inches, acrylic on board, signed lower right

Eugene Savage was a member of the National Academy of Design from 1924 to 1978. His work is in the Cummer Museum, Jacksonville, FL; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT; Art Institute of Chicago, IL; and the Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT.

Eugene Francis Savage (1883-1978), Indian Neck, Branford, CT, 1948, 25 by 30 inches, oil/canvas

William Chadwick (1879-1962), Low Tide, Old Lyme, CT, 14 by 20 inches, oil/canvas, signed l.r., original gilt frame.

A longtime resident of Old Lyme, his family donated paintings and land to the Florence Griswold Museum. Other museums include: Lyme Historical Society, CT; Lyman Allen Art Museum, CT; Holyoke Art Museum, MA; Smithsonian Institution, DC; and the Morris Museum, Augusta, GA

Ernest Albert (1857-1946), Autumn, Old Lyme, CT, 10 by 8 inches, oil/board

Most of Albert's landscapes were painted Old Lyme and New Canaan, CT. His work is in the Florence Griswold Museum, CT; Colby College Art Museum, ME; and the Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME.

C. Burbank (20th C.) Autumn Landscape, Connecticut, 17 by 20 inches, oil/canvas, signed lower right

American School (19th C.), Fine House Portrait and Landscape, 18 by 24 inches, oil/canvas, Wayne Pratt label verso.

Aficionados of historical architecture will enjoy an autumn outing to Woodbury, CT.

James Renwick Brevoort (1832-1918), Oncoming Storm, 9 by 7 inches, oil/board, museum labels verso

It was written that during summer months Brevoort painted rural Farmington, CT. His works are in: the National Academy of Design, NY; Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT; Corcoran Art Gallery, DC; George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, Springfield, CA and many others.

R. Windt (19th C. American), Hudson River Landscape, 14 by 20 inches, oil/canvas

New Bedford School (19th C. American), United States Sailing Vessels, 16 by 20 inches, oil/canvas

Charles Green (1844-1915), Cape Cod Bay, 7 by 12 inches, oil/board

From the 1880s through 1910, he exhibited at the Boston Art Club. He was a plein-air painter, meaning he completed his landscape and marine scenes outdoors with minimal over painting of colors. He is in the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA.

K. Cameron (19th C. Canadian), Four Master Horn Shell

William deHaas (1830-1880), Mohegan Bluffs, Block Island, RI, 12 by 22 inches, oil/canvas

De Haas painted coastal scenes of New England and exhibited them at the N.A.D. from 1865 to 1880. He also exhibited at the Brooklyn Art Association.

F. D. Williams (1829-1915), Nantucket Sound from Yarmouth, MA, 12 by 20 inches, oil/canvas

A pupil of Frederic E. Church, a member of the Harvard Class of 1850, his work can be found in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; Dartmouth College's Hood Museum, NH; and the Bowdoin College Art Museum, ME.

William Trost Richards (1830-1905), Coastal Scene, 10 by 18 inches, oil/board

American School, Lighthouse on the Coast of New England, 30 by 20 inches, oil/canvas

William Davis (1829-1920), A Quiet Inlet, Long Island Sound, 9 by 14 inches, oil/canvas

Frank Snowe (19th C. American), Berkshire Hills, 12 by 20 inches, oil/canvas

Thomas C. Lindsay (1840-1907), Hazy Day in Autumn, 16 by 23 inches, oil/canvas

His work can be seen in the Cincinnati Art Museum, OH; Springfield Museum of Art, OH; and the New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, NH;

George L. Nelson, (1887-1978), Floral Scene, 20 by 16 inches, o/c

Nelson lived in Kent, Connecticut, maintaining a studio there throughout his career. He is in the book, "Artists of the Litchfield Hills" by CT author Robert Austin.

Alfred Thompson Bricher (1837-1908), Woman Sewing, 9 by 7 inches, wc/paper

Born in Portsmouth, NH, he moved to NYC in 1868, then settled in Staten Island. As a watercolorist, he depicted good-looking female figures.He is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery, the Terra Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Indianapolis Museum of Art.


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