Schoelkopf Gallery is pleased to present Masterworks of American Art from the Estate of Dr. Walter Goldfarb. Dr. Goldfarb lived a life of extraordinary achievement and was among the most astute collectors of American art of his generation. Amassed over 50 years, his collection represents his lifelong desire to locate the finest examples of mid- to late nineteenth-century landscape, seascape, and trompe l'oeil subjects. The eight highlights on view feature artists: James Bard, George Henry Durrie, Martin Johnson Heade, John Frederick Kensett, Fitz Henry Lane, John Frederick Peto, and Robert Salmon.
  • John Frederick Kensett, A Quiet Day on the Beverly Shore, Magnolia, Massachusetts, 1871

    John Frederick Kensett

    A Quiet Day on the Beverly Shore, Magnolia, Massachusetts, 1871
    Oil on canvas
    14 x 24 inches
    35.6 x 61 cm
    • John Frederick Peto Lincoln and the Star of David, 1904
      John Frederick Peto
      Lincoln and the Star of David, 1904
    • John Frederick Peto Office Board for Christian Faser, 1881
      John Frederick Peto
      Office Board for Christian Faser, 1881
  • Fitz Henry Lane, Christmas Cove, c. 1863

    Fitz Henry Lane

    Christmas Cove, c. 1863
    Oil on canvas
    15½ x 24 inches
    39.4 x 61 cm
    • SOLD
    • Robert Salmon Sailing Vessels in Boston Harbor, 1829
      Robert Salmon
      Sailing Vessels in Boston Harbor, 1829
    • James Bard Daniel Drew, 1874
      James Bard
      Daniel Drew, 1874
    • George Henry Durrie Winter-time at Jones Inn, c. 1857-63
      George Henry Durrie
      Winter-time at Jones Inn, c. 1857-63
  • John Frederick Peto

    Office Board for Christian Faser, 1881

    For more information regarding these works, or to recieve a pricelist, please contact Alana Ricca at (212) 879-8815, or alana@schoelkopfgallery.com. We look forward to being in touch.