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Image of Camp - Print

Camp - Print

Etching, black and white: Camp building depicted beyond paths, trees with gnarled roots and boulder with lake and mountain in background. Possibly artist's Long Lake camp.

Image of Views in the Adirondacks - Print

Views in the Adirondacks - Print

Engraving, black and white: Depicts nine "Views in the Adirondacks." Mostly lake or river scenes with canoes. Tear sheet from, "Harper's Weekly." Vol. 3. P. 59 Captions, "Views in the Adirondacks." Scene of open camp surrounded by nine vignettes: "Head Gates and Overflow of Upper Canal"; "Camp on Raquette Lake"; Hudson River at luzerne"; Carry at Buttermilk Falls"; "View Near Saranac Inn"; "Ampersand Mountain"; "From Bartlett [carry]"; "Mount Morris from Outlet of Tupper Lake"; "On Blue Mountain Lake [view of Prospect House]."

Image of Adirondack Campsite - Print

Adirondack Campsite - Print

Etching, black and white: view of a tent and campsite in a forest.

Image of Adirondack Camp - Print

Adirondack Camp - Print

Print, color: depicts an Adirondack Camp with lean-to, fire, logs and lake in the distance. Cover for "The Bristol Digest" July 1949, Vol. V. No. 4.

Image of An Adirondack Episode - Taking Possession of the Camp - Print

An Adirondack Episode - Taking Possession of the Camp - Print

Engraving, black and white: depicts a bear entering a campsite to eat the food. Table up turned, with one man climbing a nearby tree and another jumping into the water. Tear sheet from, "Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper," Vol. 56.

Image of Lake George. - Print

Lake George. - Print

Lithograph, color: view of a lake with mountains in the background. A camp at lower left with boats, lean-to, American flag and houses on a hillside at left.

Image of Christmas in Camp - Tying Up the Pudding - Print

Christmas in Camp - Tying Up the Pudding - Print

Wood engraving, color: depicts two men tying a string around a bundle. Lean-to to the left with two men sitting near a fire. Snow in the background. Tear sheet from, "Harper's Weekly, Supplement" Vol. XXIX

Image of Cold Spring Camp, Fourth Lake - Painting

Cold Spring Camp, Fourth Lake - Painting

Depiction of log cottage by lakeshore with softwood forest in background, boat house and beaches canoe right with human figure with paddle between boathouse and cottage. Oval paper stretched and glued to canvas in oval plush mat and gilded frame. From "The Adirondacks" pg. 157 by J.F. Grady: "The Snyder camp, the third to be built on the Fulton Chain and the first on Fourth Lake, was built in 1869 by Jack Sheppard and Sam Dunakin for H.D. Snyder of Port Layden, a member of the Snyder Brothers tanning firm. It was located on the Lower North Shore of the lake near a spring that bubbled from the ground in a stream of crystal clear water a few rods from the shore. The spring, famous among

Image of A Twilight in the Adirondacks - Painting

A Twilight in the Adirondacks - Painting

Twilight scene, lake entering from right foreground to left background reflects the sunset and brilliant sky which covers the upper half of the canvas. In the right foreground is a small crescent, sandy beach on which is an open camp containing two men and another before it cooking over the fire. A small boat near the shore. One man in it, another man on the shore. Two rocks at far end of crescent and behind them irregular tree-covered shoreline stretching leftward. Sanford Robinson Gifford was the son of a prosperous industrialist in Hudson, New York. Unlike most successful landscape painters of his time, Gifford went to college before he began a career as a painter in 1844. By 1854,

Image of Untitled: Adirondack Primitive Scene - Painting

Untitled: Adirondack Primitive Scene - Painting

Background of this picture is woodsy pine forest; blue sky at left. Herd of five deer is in center background. Left background is white tent; woman with brown hair, brown dress, white collar, white frill on short sleeves; white apron is standing in front of tent. Her hands are lifted and she holds a wooden-handle spoon in her right hand. Center shows a brick formation for a stove topped by a fire of burning branch. Two cooking pots are on the brick stove, one had been knocked over and four hot dogs or sausages are spilling out with the water. At right hunter in green hat, brown suit and knickers. Holds in his left hand a whiskey glass and in his right hand a bottle of whiskey. Beside him is a

Image of Cabin At Camp - Painting

Cabin At Camp - Painting

Depicts a cabin with white trim in the woods. In the foreground is a garden with rows of flowers and vegetation. The cabin is surrounded by trees.

Image of Untitled: Camping Out - Some of the Right Sort - Painting

Untitled: Camping Out - Some of the Right Sort - Painting

Depicts five men hanging around a campfire and two standing near a cabin. Four dogs sit near the fire too and a dead deer lays near. They are at the edge of a forest, a lake can be seen in the background. The sky is orange and pink. Very similar to the Currier & Ives lithograph, after Louie Mauer, same title & dates, 1856. Although some details, especially the faces differ noticeably.

Image of Untitled: River Camp - Painting

Untitled: River Camp - Painting

Depicts a camp site at the edge of a river. There is a rocky shoreline with a forest in the background.

Image of Sunrise From Scott Pond Camp - Painting

Sunrise From Scott Pond Camp - Painting

Depicts a sun rising over purple and blue mountains into an orange, yellow and blue sky. Framed with 1975.249.0008 & 0009

Image of Untitled: Temporary Camp - Painting

Untitled: Temporary Camp - Painting

Depicts a large white tent near a stream. Two men carrying fish in front of the tent one with a fly rod and three men at the rear, one with a gun and two supporting a post with a deer hung from it.

Image of Early Morning in the Adirondacks: The Successful Hunter - Painting

Early Morning in the Adirondacks: The Successful Hunter - Painting

Depicts a temporary camp on a clearing near a shoreline. One man and two dogs are returning from the hunt with ducks hanging off a stick over his shoulder. In front of a tent, another man adds wood to a fire underneath a large, black pot. In the background is a lake. Along the shore behind the trees is a guideboat carrying a dead buck. Mountains in the background. This hunting scene of the Adirondacks verges on a genre subject. In the quiet of early dawn a hunter returns to camp with his dogs and a loaded bag of prey. His companion readies the fire in front of their tent beneath giant trees. The woods all but envelope this tranquil scene, blending man into the forestscape rather than sett

Image of Campfire - Painting

Campfire - Painting

Depicts a woman sitting by a campfire at night. Cooking pots and pans are all around her on the ground. A pair of socks and another item hang behind her on a string. Her camp site is near the water, but you can barely make it out.

Image of Campfire Sketch - Painting

Campfire Sketch - Painting

Depicts a rough sketch of a woman sitting at a campfire, clothes hanging on a clothes line behind her. She is being lit by the fire, it is night time.

Image of Untitled: Camping At Holland House, Blue Mountain Lake, New York - Painting

Untitled: Camping At Holland House, Blue Mountain Lake, New York - Painting

Depicts a scene of camping and boating activity on Blue Mountain Lake in the 1870's from the location of the Old Holland House Hotel - presently the site of Potter's Resort. Six small wooden structures are set among the trees on the shoreline; several boats are seen on the lake and small figures perform various tasks.

Image of Untitled:  Exterior View of Colpitts Camp - Painting

Untitled: Exterior View of Colpitts Camp - Painting

Depicts a trees screen at a rustic camp with 2-story porches, rustic log work, and stone fireplace. Path leads up to stairs rising to main level porch.