George Gassner (1811-1861) American, Lived/active, Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire

George Gassner (1811-1861) American, Lived/active, Maine, Massachusetts, and New
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George Gassner (1811-1861) American, Lived/active, Maine, Massachusetts, and NewGeorge Gassner (1811-1861) American, Lived/active, Maine, Massachusetts, and New
Portrait of a Young Boy Standing with His Dog in Front of a Vignette Landscape View with Horses and a Paddle-wheel Ship
Original label affixed to the back of the stretcher inscribed: "George Gassner, Bangor Me, 1853".
Oil on canvas, in a gilt cove-molded frame
35" x 28 1/2"
Condition: Excellent (see full condition report)
This charming full length portrait of a young boy standing with his dog is one of George Gassner's best known works. The background view gives us a sense of the boy's status or his family's wealth. Depicting horses in the foreground and a paddle-wheel ship in the distance, further adds to the desirability of this painting.
Provenance: The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Zaitz
 
Dimensions: 
35" x 28 1/2"
Item ID: WoA-AMP-OC 519