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Architecture painter, Painter, Landscape painter, Flower painter, Water colorist, Portrait painter, b. 1843 - d. 1917

(b Easton, New York 1833; d Florence, Italy 1918) American painter. A self-taught artist, Henry Roderick Newman was influenced by John Ruskin’s landscape and nature scenes. In 1872, Newman moved to Florence, Italy to study painting and was inspired by the architecture he found there as well as the masterpieces by Giotto, Masaccio, and Fra Angelico. Paintings of Italian architecture became Newman’s specialty after he found he could not be successful painting conventional landscape and floral paintings. Due to the support of Ruskin, Newman enjoyed considerable status during his time as an American painter in Europe. He traveled widely and spent much time in Europe, Egypt, and Japan; always making the depictions of architecture his major focus.

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      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN (1843-1917) - San Giorgio Maggiore and Santa Maria della Salute from the Giardino Publico
        Jan. 18, 2024

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN (1843-1917) - San Giorgio Maggiore and Santa Maria della Salute from the Giardino Publico

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN (1843-1917) San Giorgio Maggiore and Santa Maria della Salute from the Giardino Publico watercolor, gouache and pencil on paper 14 x 20 in. (35.6 x 50.8 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Henry Roderick Newman (1850-1913) Italian Grotto 30 3/4 x 25 1/4 in. (78.1 x 64.1 cm.) (Executed circa 1886.)
        Nov. 06, 2023

        Henry Roderick Newman (1850-1913) Italian Grotto 30 3/4 x 25 1/4 in. (78.1 x 64.1 cm.) (Executed circa 1886.)

        Est: $30,000 - $50,000

        Henry Roderick Newman (1850-1913) Italian Grotto signed and dated 'HR Newman / 1886' (lower left) watercolor on paper 30 3/4 x 25 1/4 in. (78.1 x 64.1 cm.) Executed circa 1886.

        Bonhams
      • Henry Roderick Newman (1833 - 1918), Temple at Abu Simbel.
        Aug. 08, 2023

        Henry Roderick Newman (1833 - 1918), Temple at Abu Simbel.

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Watercolor. 25 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. This watercolor depicts an interior scene within the Temple. The slightly upturned point of view contributes to the majesty of the structure: Newman simultaneously conveys the height of the walls and columns as well as the intricate relief carvings of hieroglyphs on the walls. The composition allows for the viewer to imagine what is beyond the doorway: Newman’s fascination with the structure is evident in the work. Newman is meticulous in his depiction of the desert light and the sandy color scheme. The watercolor has a golden hue that reflects the ethereal quality of the scene to the viewer. The piece is in great condition with lively, saturated colors.

        Guyette & Deeter
      • Henry Roderick Newman (1833 - 1918), Abu Simbel.
        Aug. 08, 2023

        Henry Roderick Newman (1833 - 1918), Abu Simbel.

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Watercolor. 25 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. Abu Simbel is an ancient temple complex located in Nubia, in southern Egypt. The complex is famous for its two temples, the Great Temple of Ramses II and the Temple of Hathor, which were both built during the New Kingdom era of Ancient Egypt. The interior of the temples are adecorated with intricate carvings and paintings depicting various scenes from Ancient Egyptian mythology. Abu Simbel was rediscovered in the 19th century by European explorers, and it is not unusual that Newman, who traveled to Egypt every year, would have been intrigued by the site. Newman’s watercolor is delightfully skilled and precise in its use of Cartesian perspectivalism: the long, decorated hallway exudes golden light and culminates in a window overlooking the vista. Newman likely made this work after visiting the temple during one of his stays in Egypt. The American Pre-Raphaelite influence on the work is evident: Newman is equally moved by the beauty of the architecture of the temple as his desire to depict it realistically and in great detail. His bold, saturated use of watercolor heightens the lifelike quality of the space, while conveying its timelessness. The piece is in great condition with light mat stains on the back.

        Guyette & Deeter
      • Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) Ruins of the Temple of Isis, Philae
        Jun. 04, 2023

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) Ruins of the Temple of Isis, Philae

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) Ruins of the Temple of Isis, Philae Signed 'H R Newman/Philae 1902' bottom center left, watercolor on paper Sheet size: 26 x 17 in. (66 x 43.2cm) Provenance Private Collection, Vermont. Note American born Henri Newman travelled to Europe in the spring of 1870. First based in Paris, the Franco-Prussian war forced him to relocate to Italy, where he met his wife, Mary Watson Willis, and lived for the rest of his life. There, Newman slowly abandoned landscape painting to focus on architectural studies instead, some of which were inspired by the writings of English critic John Ruskin. From the mid-1880s, Newman and his started to spend their winters in Egypt, traveling from site to site on a large houseboat which soon became a familiar sight to the locals and many British tourists visiting temple ruins along the Nile, such as the one depicted in the present work, the Temple complex of Philae. First erected on Philae Island, near the First Cataract of the Nile River, the Temple now stands on the nearby Agilkia Island due to the Aswan Low Dam in 1902, which flooded the original site. Philae is part of a complex of several temples and palaces built between 380 and 145 BC, the most ancient of which was dedicated to the goddess Isis, depicted here. While Newman focused on the entrance to the temple, and especially the open gate outside in other works, the present watercolor pays close attention to the beautiful papyriform capitals of the open temple.

        Freeman's
      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Dec. 18, 2022

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $5,500 - $7,000

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 US Shipping $90 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Sep. 11, 2022

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $5,750 - $7,250

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 US Shipping $90 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Jun. 12, 2022

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $6,000 - $7,500

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 US Shipping $90 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Mar. 13, 2022

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $6,250 - $8,000

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 US Shipping $90 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Dec. 12, 2021

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $6,500 - $8,500

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 US Shipping $90 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Sep. 12, 2021

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $7,250 - $9,000

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 US Shipping $90 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Jun. 06, 2021

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $7,500 - $9,500

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 US Shipping $90 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Mar. 07, 2021

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $7,250 - $8,000

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 US Shipping $90 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833–1918), , Street in Florence (with Architectural Sketch verso)
        Dec. 06, 2020

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833–1918), , Street in Florence (with Architectural Sketch verso)

        Est: $5,000 - $8,000

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833–1918) Street in Florence (with Architectural Sketch verso) Signed and dated 'Henry R. Newman/1880' bottom left, watercolor on paper Sheet size: 14 x 10 in. (35.6 x 25.4cm) provenance: Private Estate, New York. Acquired directly from the above circa 1970. Private Collection, New Jersey.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Dec. 06, 2020

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $8,000 - $9,000

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 US Shipping $90 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Sep. 06, 2020

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $8,500 - $9,500

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $90 + insurance. Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique
        Jun. 07, 2020

        Henry Roderick Newman (NY,1833-1918) watercolor painting antique

        Est: $8,500 - $9,500

        ARTIST: Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) NAME: Duomo, Florence YEAR: 1899 MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Minor age toning. Framed under glass. Minor damages to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 12 inches / 53 x 30 cm FRAME SIZE: 34 x 24 inches / 86 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: Lower left PROVENANCE: Christie's New York, Rockefeller Center, Date: 2015-03-25, Lot: 45 SIMILAR ARTISTS: Addison Thomas Millar, Malvina Cornell Hoffman, Hayley Lever, John Joseph Enneking, George Ehrenfried Grosz, Carl Milles, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Otis Kaye, Henry Gasser, Fairfield Porter, Edmund Greacen, Morris Graves, John Marin, Claude Claudine Hirst, Grandma Moses, Emile Albert Gruppe CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116537 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $90 + insurance. Henry Roderick Newman (New York, Egypt, 1833 - 1918) Born in Easton, New York, Henry Roderick Newman was a Pre-Raphaelite landscape and still-life painter, who moved with his family to New York City in 1843. Along with John Bunyon Bristol, Newman was one of the first significant American painters to paint in Florida. He was attracted to the area for health reasons, and painted in the area of St. Augustine from 1868 until the summer of 1869. Some of these paintings were later acquired by his friend and patron, John Ruskin, the English aesthetician, with whom he traveled. Today he remains known primarily for his membership in the American Pre-Raphaelite Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art, but his most accomplished work was likely done between 1875 and 1900 during his expatriate years. At that time, he established himself as one of the most important, some say the most important, American watercolorists working abroad. His specialty subjects were religious architectural structures, floral pictures, and views of endangered historical landmarks. Many of his paintings were of Egypt where he lived much of his life, visiting for many months each year for 25 years, as well as in Italy. In 1869, he studied with Thomas Couture in France, and shortly after, he was a student of Jean Leon Gerome who emphasized figural drawing and painting. However, he didn't stay long with Gerome because he was disappointed in the instruction and was also insecure with the onset of the Franco-Prussian War. Moving to Italy, he specialized in ecclesiastical masterpieces of architecture, and from there he traveled to Egypt and later to Japan.

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      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | LERICI IN JUNE
        May. 01, 2020

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | LERICI IN JUNE

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        Henry Roderick Newman

        Sotheby's
      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | ROSES, GRAPES AND OLIVES
        May. 01, 2020

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | ROSES, GRAPES AND OLIVES

        Est: $7,000 - $10,000

        Henry Roderick Newman

        Sotheby's
      • H R Newman, Watercolor, Egyptian Sphinx Figures
        Apr. 13, 2020

        H R Newman, Watercolor, Egyptian Sphinx Figures

        Est: $10 - $1,000

        H R Newman, Watercolor, Egyptian Sphinx Figures, Watercolor painting. Size: 16x12 image, 25x21.5 outside frame. ; Attributed to Henry Roderick Newman (1833 or 1843 - 1917/18)Henry Roderick Newman was active/lived in United States, Egypt. Henry Newman is known for Architectural-landscape, flower painting

        Donny Malone Auctions
      • After Henry Roderick Newman Cathedral Watercolor
        Feb. 26, 2020

        After Henry Roderick Newman Cathedral Watercolor

        Est: $100 - $1,000

        After Henry Roderick Newman (American, Egyptian, 1833 or 1843 - 1917/18) watercolor on paper painting. Features a detailed interior cathedral with priests and worshipers. Bears signature lower left and dated. Work measures 29" x 21". Housed in frame measuring 33 1/4" x 25". Good overall condition with wear to frame. Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. Gallery will refer local third party USA and international shippers. Purchaser pick up available upon request.

        Hill Auction Gallery
      • Henry Roderick Newman (1843-1917): Resting in the Courtyard
        Oct. 26, 2019

        Henry Roderick Newman (1843-1917): Resting in the Courtyard

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Watercolor and gouache on paper, signed 'H R Newman' lower left.14 x 10 3/4 in. (sheet), 20 1/2 x 17 1/2 in. (frame).p>

        Stair
      • Henry Roderick Newman, Watercolor, Mid Eastern Figures
        Jan. 01, 2019

        Henry Roderick Newman, Watercolor, Mid Eastern Figures

        Est: $1,200 - $8,000

        Henry Roderick Newman, Watercolor, Mid Eastern Figures amongst Columns. Watercolor painting, Signed: H R Newman, not framed. Size: 14 x 11 , outside of frame: 18.5 x 15

        Donny Malone Auctions
      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Flowers in a Landscape
        Nov. 16, 2018

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Flowers in a Landscape

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        watercolor on paper

        Sotheby's
      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Roses, Grapes and Olives
        Mar. 28, 2018

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Roses, Grapes and Olives

        Est: $15,000 - $25,000

        watercolor and pencil on paper

        Sotheby's
      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Lerici in June
        Mar. 28, 2018

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Lerici in June

        Est: $12,000 - $18,000

        watercolor and pencil on paper

        Sotheby's
      • Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1843-1917) Duomo, Florence watercolor on p
        Oct. 18, 2017

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1843-1917) Duomo, Florence watercolor on p

        Est: $5,000 - $7,000

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1843-1917) Duomo, Florence watercolor on paper 21 x 12 in. (53.3 x 30.5 cm.)

        Christie's
      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN: "TUSCANY"
        Oct. 15, 2017

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN: "TUSCANY"

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        circa 1881 watercolor signed lower left Provenance: The Estate of Bea Hyp, Santa Barbara 4 x 7 inches sight

        Abell Auction
      • Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1917 Among the Ruins of Philae, 1893
        Oct. 04, 2017

        Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1917 Among the Ruins of Philae, 1893

        Est: $15,000 - $25,000

        Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1917 Among the Ruins of Philae, 1893 Signed H R Newman and dated Philae/19 Jan/1893 and inscribed Op. 816 (ll) Watercolor on paper laid to canvas 26 x 17 inches Provenance: Theodore Davis, New York and Newport, RI, from 1893 Private collection, New York Berry-Hill Galleries, New York C 

        Doyle New York
      • Original Henry Roderick Newman Mother Children Watercolor Nikko Japan Painting Japanese Buddhist or Shinto Temple Shrine Architectural New York American Pre-Raphaelite Expatriate Christies Provenance
        Sep. 08, 2017

        Original Henry Roderick Newman Mother Children Watercolor Nikko Japan Painting Japanese Buddhist or Shinto Temple Shrine Architectural New York American Pre-Raphaelite Expatriate Christies Provenance

        Est: $6,000 - $9,000

        Original Henry Roderick Newman Mother Children Watercolor Nikko Japan Painting Japanese Buddhist or Shinto Temple Shrine Architectural New York American Pre-Raphaelite. Christie's New York Provenance with labels. Signed, inscribed and dated 1897 in pencil. Watercolor on Paper on board. Visible Site Line: 12.125 X 7.75 inches. Frame Liner: 13.25 X 8.75 inches. In very good-excellent overall condition. Three watercolors by Newman have recently been estimated at $50,000 with one selling in the $75,000 range. HFA VX TISSS

        Hess Fine Art
      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Roses, Grapes and Olives
        May. 23, 2017

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Roses, Grapes and Olives

        Est: $50,000 - $70,000

        watercolor and pencil on paper

        Sotheby's
      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Lerici in June
        May. 23, 2017

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN | Lerici in June

        Est: $50,000 - $70,000

        watercolor and pencil on paper

        Sotheby's
      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN 1833 - 1918 | Porta dei Canonici, Duomo, Florence
        Nov. 21, 2016

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN 1833 - 1918 | Porta dei Canonici, Duomo, Florence

        Est: $50,000 - $70,000

        watercolor on paper

        Sotheby's
      • Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) Mother and children, Nikko, Japan
        Oct. 14, 2016

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) Mother and children, Nikko, Japan

        Est: $7,000 - $9,000

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) Mother and children, Nikko, Japan watercolor on paper laid down to board 12 5/8 x 8 in. (32.1 x 20.3 cm.)

        Christie's
      • †Henry Newman, "Abstract," 1982, collage, signed and dated l.r., framed, H.- 26 1/2 in., W.- 35 1/4 in.
        Jun. 05, 2016

        †Henry Newman, "Abstract," 1982, collage, signed and dated l.r., framed, H.- 26 1/2 in., W.- 35 1/4 in.

        Est: $200 - $300

        †Henry Newman, "Abstract," 1982, collage, signed and dated l.r., framed, H.- 26 1/2 in., W.- 35 1/4 in.

        Crescent City Auction Gallery
      • Henry Newman (American, b. 20th c.) Portrait of a Boy
        Oct. 12, 2015

        Henry Newman (American, b. 20th c.) Portrait of a Boy

        Est: $50 - $100

        Henry Newman (American, b. 20th c.) Portrait of a Boy with Stuffed Animal, 1964, ink on found Asian newspaper. Size: 11.75" x 9.75", 30 x 25 cm (sight); 19.25" x 16.75", 49 x 43 cm (frame).

        Material Culture
      • Henry Newman Abstract Expressionate Collage
        Nov. 23, 2014

        Henry Newman Abstract Expressionate Collage

        Est: $300 - $500

        Henry Newman Abstract Expressionate Collage features the words Israel and hebrew scripture with various multi-colored two dimensional images throughout. Measures - 43 3/4" x 35 3/4" - image size.

        Bruce Kodner Galleries
      • Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) Lucca 26 x 17 1/4in
        Nov. 19, 2014

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) Lucca 26 x 17 1/4in

        Est: -

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) Lucca 26 x 17 1/4in

        Bonhams
      • Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1843-1917) Mosque
        Mar. 23, 2013

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1843-1917) Mosque

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Sgn. Lower left, H.R. Newman, 1888. W/C.

        Cottone Auctions
      • Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1918 Abu Simbel Signed H. R. Newman, dated March 6 and inscribe...
        Feb. 06, 2013

        Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1918 Abu Simbel Signed H. R. Newman, dated March 6 and inscribe...

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1918 Abu Simbel Signed H. R. Newman, dated March 6 and inscribed as titled (ll) Watercolor and pencil on paper 26 x 17 inches Provenance: Private collection Elected to membership in the Association for the Advancement of Truth in Art in 1864, Newman was a follower of the truth-to-nature precepts stemming from the writings of John Ruskin. After traveling to Europe in 1870, Newman had the opportunity not only to meet Ruskin, but also to travel with him. The two shared their mutual interest in architecture while visiting several Italian cities. Newman continued his fascination with architectural form during the many winters he spent in Egypt, beginning in 1887, which resulted in the largest body of work by an American artist of the era of the land and its monuments. Living on a large dahabeah (houseboat) on the Nile, Newman created meticulous and often delicately rendered depictions of ancient sites. This image is of the famed façade of the temple of Abu Simbel, featuring two of the four 20-meter high colossi of Rameses II that flanked the entrance of the rock-cut structure. Depicting the statues from below, Newman draws attention to their grand scale and frozen expressions. The sand and rubble at the foot of the statues, the cracks and broken areas in them, and the sculptural fragments on the ground add to the poetic feeling of this grand spectacle lasting through time, while Newman's image provides a historic record of this subject long before the temple was moved to the bank of Lake Nasser. C The Spanierman Gallery, LLC Collection of American Art

        Doyle New York
      • Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1918 Mount Everett in Snow, 1869 Signed H. R. Newman and dated 69...
        Jan. 15, 2013

        Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1918 Mount Everett in Snow, 1869 Signed H. R. Newman and dated 69...

        Est: $2,000 - $4,000

        Henry Roderick Newman American, 1843-1918 Mount Everett in Snow, 1869 Signed H. R. Newman and dated 69 (lr) Watercolor on paper Image 6 7/8 x 12 inches, sheet 10 5/8 x 16 3/8 inches Provenance: Private collection, Boston Thomas Colville, New Haven, CT Private collection, Northampton, MA Private collection, CT, 1989 Exhibited: New York, Spanierman Gallery, Works on Paper, Nov. 20, 2008-Jan. 3, 2009, no. 16, 36-7 color illus. Literature: Carol Lowrey and Lisa N. Peters, Works on Paper, exhib. cat. (New York: Spanierman Gallery, 2008), 36-7 color illus. (no. 16) Previous to his permanent move to Europe in 1870, Newman resided in New York City, but he also spent time in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where he derived the material for this scene of the Berkshires. The subject, Mount Everett, is the second highest peak in the state. Newman rendered this mountain on several occasions in his career, and his strong sense of its poetic qualities in winter resonate from this depiction. While employing a limited palette, he juxtaposed rich blues and violets with an array of warm ochers and rust tones, combining this approach with a varied brushwork. His expansive composition and clear horizon line are distinguishing features of his watercolor aesthetic, adding to the quiet, wistful feeling of this scene. In his June 1884 article on Newman's work, Buxton Forman could have been referring to this painting in his comment: "I recall, as vividly as if I had seen it yesterday, an American snow scene, with an elaborate tracery of trees still bearing autumn-tinted leaves." (The Manhattan) C The Spanierman Gallery, LLC Collection of American Art

        Doyle New York
      • Henry Newman (PA), "And in My Sorrow Prayed"
        Dec. 01, 2012

        Henry Newman (PA), "And in My Sorrow Prayed"

        Est: $300 - $500

        Henry Newman (PA), "And in My Sorrow Prayed" assemblage on card table top, dated and signed at lower right "'62 / Henry Newman," retaining a MOMA exhibition label on the verso listing the lender as Smolin Gallery in NYC. DOA 30 x 30 in. Exhibited in 1962 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY Private Collection, Chapel Hill, NC

        Leland Little Auctions
      • Attributed to Henry Roderick Newman Green Grapes
        Sep. 19, 2012

        Attributed to Henry Roderick Newman Green Grapes

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Attributed to Henry Roderick Newman Green Grapes Stamped indistinctly E. Hirschler and Co.... and inscribed M. J. Lawler on the verso Gouache on paper 7 1/4 x 10 inches Sold to Benefit the Lee B. Anderson Memorial Foundation

        Doyle New York
      • Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918)
        Apr. 23, 2012

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918)

        Est: $8,000 - $12,000

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1833-1918) View of the Temple of Karnak from the Sacred Lake signed and dated 'H. R. Newman 1889' (lower left); inscribed 'Karnak' (lower right) watercolor on paper 26¾ x 39¾ in. (67.9 x 101 cm.) Executed in 1889.

        Christie's
      • Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1843-1917)
        Feb. 28, 2012

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1843-1917)

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Henry Roderick Newman (American, 1843-1917) Amaryllis in a landscape watercolor and colored pencil on paper 5 x 3¼ in. (12.7 x 8.3 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Henry Roderick Newman (1843-1917)
        Nov. 30, 2011

        Henry Roderick Newman (1843-1917)

        Est: $25,000 - $35,000

        Henry Roderick Newman (1843-1917) Porta dei Canonici, Duomo, Florence signed and dated 'HR Newman/1879/Florence' (lower left) watercolor on paper 30¾ x 25½ in. (78.1 x 64.8 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Henry Roderick Newman (1843-1917)
        Nov. 30, 2011

        Henry Roderick Newman (1843-1917)

        Est: $25,000 - $35,000

        Henry Roderick Newman (1843-1917) Porta dei Canonici, Duomo, Florence signed and dated 'HR Newman/1879/Florence' (lower left) watercolor on paper 30¾ x 25½ in. (78.1 x 64.8 cm.)

        Christie's
      • HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN, American (1833-1918), "Temple of Philae", watercolor, signed lower left and inscribed "Philae, March, 1900".,...
        Oct. 27, 2011

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN, American (1833-1918), "Temple of Philae", watercolor, signed lower left and inscribed "Philae, March, 1900".,...

        Est: $7,000 - $10,000

        HENRY RODERICK NEWMAN American (1833-1918) "Temple of Philae" watercolor, signed lower left and inscribed "Philae, March, 1900". 26 x 16 1/2 Provenance: Private collection, Vermont.

        Shannon's
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