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MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM
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EASTMAN JOHNSON (1824–1906)
The Old Stagecoach, 1871, oil on canvas, 36-1/2” x 60-5/16”. Custom-made replica c. 1870s American painting frame, gilded applied composition ornament on wood; Molding Width: 7” "The early 1870s marked the height of Eastman Johnson’s career. His sentimental genre scenes of rustic youth and rural life were extremely popular in the wake of the Civil War, evoking a nostalgia for simpler times. Images of innocent and carefree children offered promise for a new beginning to a generation troubled by industrialization and decaying urban conditions. The traditional New England character of Nantucket attracted Johnson to spend his summers there. This energetic and convincingly spontaneous scene of children playing on the wreck of a stagecoach was actually staged in Nantucket on a platform, which the artist altered in the studio to conform to an abandoned coach he had drawn in the Catskills. Despite its contrived origins, the painting is a joyful celebration of the hope of a nation as embodied in the laughter of its youth." — museum label. Layton Art Collection, Inc., Gift of Frederick Layton L1888.22
in situ historic photo of "The Olde Stagecoach" at the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, 1876.
Arabs (Cavaliers Arabes en observations dans la montagne), 1873, oil on panel, 17-3/8" × 14-9/16" Custom-made replica c. 1880s American Orientalist painting frame; gilded applied cast ornament on wood. Molding width: 5-1/8” Painting, Layton Art Collection, Inc., Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N. McGeoch, Sr. L1941.7
CHRISTIAN ADOLF SCHREYER (1828–1899)
The Wallachian Post-Carrier, before 1891, oil on canvas, 48" x 79". c. 1880s French Barbizon painting frame, gilded applied cast ornament on wood. Molding width: 6-7/8” Painting, Layton Art Collection, Inc., Gift of Washington Becker L108