Amy L. Littlefield

Amy L. Littlefield (American) – Late 19th century
True Happiness, oil on board,
8″ x 6.75″ sight, 14″ x 12.5″ frame

True Happiness, oil on board.
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Estimate: $200. Offers invited.

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Fair to good condition. The board is bowed significantly, and there is some chipping of paint in the middle of the painting; probably the original frame, but it has been painted.

Amy Littlefield was a painter in Massachusetts during the 19th century and the name Amy Littlefield is written in pencil on the back of the art board. A label, verso, reads “True Happiness – Exhibited – Currier Gallery – Rollins College – N. H. University, Keene Teachers Col. – Dartmouth”. A nice little painting, as is, and may be worthy of the cost of restoration.

Amy L. Littlefield of Milton, Massachusetts exhibited three works on paper in the Exhibition of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, 1881. Amy Littlefield Handy is a Massachusetts writer, so it’s possible she was the daughter of Amy L. Littlefield.


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