Original Walter Launt Palmer paintings - Albany's most famous artist, known as the Painter of America Winter scenes.
Walter Launt Palmer (American 1854-1932) - Little Winter, April 1889. Oil on wood panel, 7 x 10 inches. Signed lower left: WLP (in monogram). Inscribed verso, in Palmer's hand: Painted by Walter L. Palmer/for Mrs. H.D. Gibson/April 1889. Excellent condition, original Thomas A. Wilmurt frame. Provenance: Mrs. H.D. Gibson, 1889; Mr. and Mrs. John D. Egan, Wilmington, De; Vose Galleries, Inc., Boston, Mass.; Private collection; The Albany Gallery, Albany, New York; Alexander Gallery, New York; Mark LaSalle Fine Art, Albany, New York, Avery Galleries, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Walter Launt Palmer (American 1854-1932) - Castle on the Hill, 1894. Oil on canvas, 10.25 x 14.50 inches. Signed lower right: WLP, (monogram) and dated 1894. Excellent condition. Descended in the family of the artist. The Castle depicted is believed to be Harlech Castle, which is in North Wales. The Castle was restored in the 19th century and drew artists from all over, including J.M.W. Turner. Palmer visited his sister who was an opera singer living in Wales during the last part of the 19th century.
Walter Launt Palmer - Poetic Reality, 1984 - Mann, Maybelle and Alvin. Hard cover catalogue raisonné listing 1255 known works by the artist. Hard cover, with dust jacket. 176 pages, black and white and some color illustrations. We have 35 new copies of this out of print book available for $35.00 plus tax/shipping.