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All James-Goodwyn Clonney 's Paintings
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ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Fishen im Long Island Sound nahe, James-Goodwyn Clonney
 Fishen im Long Island Sound nahe   mk181 New Rochelle 1847
In the Cornfield, James-Goodwyn Clonney
 In the Cornfield   1844(1844) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 35.56 X 42.86 cm cyf
The Happy Moment, James-Goodwyn Clonney
 The Happy Moment   1847(1847) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 68.58 X 55.88 cm cyf
Waking Up, James-Goodwyn Clonney
 Waking Up   1851(1851) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 68.9 X 55.88 cm cyf

James-Goodwyn Clonney
British/American, 1812-1867, American painter. He was one of the first generation of American genre painters. His earliest datable work includes two lithographs of urban views and images of birds and animals published in New York between 1830 and 1835. He studied at the National Academy of Design, New York, and exhibited there periodically between 1834 and 1852. The first genre painting he exhibited at the National Academy was Militia Training (1841; Philadelphia, PA Acad. F.A.), although another example, In the Woodshed (1838; Boston, MA, Mus. F.A.), predates it. He also exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1845 and 1847) and at the Apollo Association and American Art-Union (1841-50).

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