Heade, Martin Johnson, b. 1819 d. 1904
Painter, Landscape painter, Portrait painter
Active in New York, N.Y.
Collection size: 1 item (6 p.)
Collection Summary: Writing from New York, April 27, 1868 (continued May 6 and June 16), Heade mentions Church's picture owned by Mr. De Forest, his own painting of a storm in the current exhibition at National Academy of Design, and that his work is selling well in Chicago. He writes how his salt marsh painting came to have a sun very similar to Church's style; that Charles Gould was "black-balled" at the Union League but Heade is now a member because he wants to use their gallery space; his work on a "Spring picture," but the weather is not cooperating; Cincinnati is planning its first big exhibition in ten years; the art scene in Chicago is thriving; Robbins needs a studio and has designs on Heade's; and that he saw Tuckerman. Also included is a typescript of the letter.
Donated by William Sandrik and Dr. Martin Stampien, Jr., 1992. Sandrik purchased the letter at a philatelic show in Washington, D.C., 1992.
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Also in the Archives
- Martin Johnson Heade collection, [undated] and 1864
- Martin Johnson Heade papers, 1853-1904
- Image and Media Gallery items from other collections related to Heade, Martin Johnson