Walter Lansil (1846-1925) “A Fete Day, Venice”
oil on canvas, 20” x 30”,
signed and dated 1892 lower left,
titled, dated and signed verso,
listed in The National Academy of Design
Exhibition Record 1861-1900.
Walter Lansil (1846-1925)
Born/lived: Bangor, ME/lived in Boston and Dorchester, MA.
Known: as a marine painter of sailing ships, often in Venetian settings.
Studied: Bangor with J.P. Hardy; Academie Julian, Paris, 1880
Member: Boston Art Club.
Exhibited: Boston Art Club; National Academy of Design; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College.
Work: One of Lansil’s paintings of tall ships is in the collection of the McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College.
|Artist First Name||Walter|
|Artist Last Name||Lansil|
|Materials||oil on canvas,|
|Markings||signed and dated 1892 lower left, titled, dated and signed verso,|
|Size||20” x 30”,|
|Comments||This painting is in excellent condition in a carved gold frame, also in excellent condition. Listed in The National Academy of Design Exhibition Record 1861-1900.|