WOODBURY ANTIQUES & FINE ART

     A selection of six works by Frederick Matzow, subject of a recent museum exhibition. He was born in Norway 1861; died in Meriden, Connecticut, September 11, 1938. A Norwegian-born artist, lived in Meriden, Connecticut, for many years, where he sketched and painted the regionís natural beauty from 1912 until his death on September 11, 1938. Matzow is best known for his work with the Handel Lamp Company, where he was employed as artist and painter during the 1920's. Examples of his works are illustrated in the book Handle Lamps, Painted Shades and Glassware.

F. Matzow, Craig Castle, Meriden, CT, 7 by 11 inches, oil/board

F. Matzow, Connecticut Landscape, Meriden, CT, 6 by 14 inches, oil/board

F. Matzow, Connecticut Landscape, Meriden, CT, 7 by 11 inches, oil/board

F. Matzow, Connecticut Landscape, Meriden, CT, 7 by 11 inches, oil/board

F. Matzow, Connecticut Landscape, Meriden, CT, 14 by 28 inches, oil/board

F. Matzow, Connecticut Landscape, Meriden, CT, 7 by 11 inches, oil/board

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