Born/lived: Salem, MA, Auburndale, a part of Newton, MA.
Best known for: Impressionistic landscapes. The Charles River, Newton, MA was a favorite painting subject.
Studied: Newton schools and studied at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston with D.W. Champney, at the École des Beaux-Arts with M. Duval and the Académie Julian in Paris with Boulanger and J. Lefebvre, P. Schmitt, L.G. Pelouse, L. Joubert and E. Petitjean.
Member: Boston Art Club and others.
Exhibited: Paris Salon; National Academy of Design; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Gloucester Society of Art; Boston Art Club; Society of Independent Artists and the Newton Club.
Work: U.S. Destroyer Phelps; U.S. Destroyer Charles V. Gridley; MacKay Jr. H.S., East Boston; Brooklyn Institute of Art and Science; Bowdoin College; Harrison Gray Otis House, University Women’s Building, Boston; Virginia Public Utilities Building, Alexandria; Florida Power and Light Company, St. Petersburg; Seigle Building, Boston; Plymouth (MA) High School.
Taught: professor of art at Lasell Junior College and Mt. Ida Junior College, both in Newton, and superintendent of art in the Dedham public schools.
|Artist First Name||Henry Orne|
|Artist Last Name||Rider|
|Materials||oil on canvas|
|Markings||signed and dated 1934 lower right signed, titled and dated verso|
|Size||25" x 30"|
|Comments||This painting is in good condition in a frame, also in good condition.|