Scene of Corning, New York

Title: 
Scene of Corning, New York

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Object Name: 
Painting
Title: 
Scene of Corning, New York
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
63.7.10
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 151.1 cm, W: 100.4 cm
Location: 
On Display
Date: 
1852
Credit Line: 
Gift of Col. and Mrs. Edgar William Garbisch
Primary Description: 
Oil painting on canvas, wood stretchers, wood frame; painted by hand. Rectangular shape; view of Corning, New York from the south side hill looking north to Denmark Hill;. commercial building and residence fill the middle distance, man and woman in bloomers in the foreground; inscription at lower right: "To Col. H. W. Bostwick this view of Corning, N.Y. by his Ob[edient] Ser[vant]".
Department: 
Provenance: 
Garbisch, Bernice Chrysler (Mrs. Edgar William), Source
1963-03-15
Garbisch, Edgar William, Source
1963-03-15
Walsh, Mrs. L, Former Collection
Category: 
Color: 
Technique: 
Title Unknown (Post Historical Society Exhibition)
Venue(s)
Corning Community College Library 1965-06 through 1965-06
Title Unknown (Heckscher Museum)
Venue(s)
Heckscher Museum
 
Collector's Notes: Bloomer Girl (1964-03) p. 326;
An Unrecorded Landscape by J. S. Jennings (1963-11) illustrated, pp. 586-588;
Corning N.Y., Painting is Back Home (1963-08) p. 50;
Museum Gets Earliest Known Painting of City (1963-05-22) illustrated, p. 24;