George Ames Aldrich (1872-1941)
About George Ames Aldrich (1872-1941)
A highly regarded American impressionist-style artist, George Ames Aldrich spent many years in Europe to develop and perfect his style of work to create beautiful landscape paintings.
Painting is wrapped with Newcomb-Macklin frame. S.H. McElswain founded a framing company in 1871 in Evanston, Illinois, but the name by which it is known to collectors today comes from a partnership that began twelve years later in 1883, with McElswaina’s bookkeepers Charles Macklin and John C. Newcomb, who formed a partnership in order to assume command of the business.
Oil on canvas, signed lower right
30”h x 36”w, overall size is 37” x 43”