G.H. Randallbobbie k grant
I found G.H randall 1940 on cencus in Washington,DC,listed as a salesman for a printing firm. This has to be him as he is the only G.H. Randall ever to live in WashingtonFather G.H. Sr born oct 1879 Grand father George B born 1847 ,all new york
Info on the artist G. H. RandallB Arthur
I have searched and searched does anyone know anything about the artist G. H. Randall?
Thanks in advance for your help!
L.C. KingJames Felder
We were at a swap meet in San Diego about 10 years ago when we walked up to a booth. The vendor was not doing well at selling that day. He asked me if I knew art? Saying no, I noticed the painting of flowers and the artist name L.C.King was the signature. We bought it for $17.00 I could not find that name anywhere but, we kept the painting. Today, I am about to retire and are planning to sell my collection. I came here (askart) and found her. What a surprise!!
Louise Howland King CoxTom
I have a LH King print of a log cabin that I assume is Lincoln's home. The piece shows LH King 96 in the bottom left corner. Below that is an axe in a log. There is a LH King signature on the bottom right. Upper left shows Copyright 1897 by MF Tobin, New York. Any info you have is appreciated.
L H King w/ signature patty
I also have a L H king print of an old mill copyright 1897 by Tobin in NY . Very old thick gold frame . Reading all the posts there must be many out there !
print by m.f. tobinsally mcculligh
i found a print of a boy fishing it is done by m.f. tobin of ny. the copyright in the bottom right hand corner is 1902. i was wondering if anyone could tell me something about this print and possibly an approximate value. any info on the artist and the print we be appreciated.
L.H. KingRuth Ann Moffett
We have access to a print sighned L.H.King of a Mill with a waterwheel on a Mill Pond. Anybody know it?
abe ilncoln birth placemichael carter
i have a print of l.h. king an im interested in knowing more about her.
is M. F. Tobin a famous artist?Constance Douglas
I have a card by M.F. Tobin. It seems different than my other cards. Is M.F. Tobin Famous? Thanks Constance
The remarque is a hand drawing or etching added by the artist. See my posting of 6/23/07. They are not an afterthought but a 'remark' about the print subject. Do a little research. Search for etching remarques on a search engine.
Louise Cox - Old Bay Road Susan
Nathanial Hawthorne's House is in Salem of which she did a print of - also the location of Old Bay Road... a very historic road.
Does anyone who has the print of Nathaniel's house notice her mistake on one of the windows?
I would like to know if anyone knows this painter. I purchase 2 of this painter painting,but would like to know more about this person. the two I purchase one of them as the home of Oliver Wendell Holmes and has a book on the lower left side/and the other one has a boat,a road leading up to a little town and a little church at the lower left corner.They both have a pencil signing of L.H.King
I never paid more than 40 for any of the 3 I have - but that was 20 years ago and 1 has a lot of damage from poor framing - the paper is really brown. The thing with prints and especially if it was a give away from Fleishmans, like at least one of mine was, I don't think they have a lot of value - supply and demand. They are not numbered so there could have been thousands.
I have the same one with the house, bridge and boat with 'remarque' of little church in bottom left. The remarque is an original hand drawing by the artist painted or drawn onto the limited edition. Sometimes it was a comment on the print - for example on my Little Church print are two hands shaking. I found the notes I took off the back of the Home of Nathaniel Hawthorne. It reads No. 69 Home of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Presented by the Fleishmann Co. 701 Washington St, NYC. Original manufacturer introduces and distributes in the United States and Canada of Compressed Yeast.
I have a untitled print. Copyrighted in 1897 by M.F. Tobin in NY. Signed on the print on the left side. Lower under that signature is a small picture of a church. Signed in pencil lower on the right side. The sketch depicts a road with a bridge, a pond with a boat on the right side, behind that is a old farm house maybe and several other buildings in the background. Possibly a church - there's a steeple sticking up. Beautiful peice. I am wondering if anyone would have any info on this? I would love to know where the sketch is of? It's framed in a beautiful frame and plain white matte. Probably added later. Any info would be appreciated.
I have 3, Little Church around the Corner (which is in NYC), an untitled one and The Home of Nathaniel Hawthorne. When I was having one of them reframed (in the 80s) and took it out of the old frame - on the back is stuff about Fleishmans company, of course I can not put my hands on the copy I made of it but I will continue to look I come across it now and then. I got the impression that the prints of historical places were give aways or something from Fleishmans Company. It had the name of the print, a number in a series - not a print run series, but a series of different places.
Happy HoursJoAnn Rhodus
I have a "India Tint. M.F.Tobin Publishery" called "Happy Days". Can you tell me something about it?
l h king on Fleishmans Yeast ad Dorie
Copyrighted 1897 M.F Tobin New York. Old Mill with water wheel and pond. watermark on bottom left under printed L H King. Signed in pencil bottom right. No title. The paper on which the piece is printed is a Fleishmans Yeast Ad.
L.H. King printThomas Johnston
I have a print titled "The birthplace of Abraham Lincoln". by L.H. King
Copywright 1897 by M.F. Tobin, New York
Has anyone seen this subject or know any further information?
Photos of Louise King CoxJanet Potts
By the way, there are some photographs of Louise in the Allyn Cox Papers at the Archives of American Art at the Smithsonian Institution. They can be viewed online
Ancestry of Louise King CoxJanet Potts
Louise's parents are James C. King and Anna T. Stott. The "Howland" apparently comes in further back in her Stott ancestry. Some tragedy in Louise's youth as her father murdered a man when she was seven and was sentenced to life in prison. I don't imagine she talked of it much and that's probably why it's so hard to find biographical info about her. I have pieced together quite a bit on her ancestry, if anyone is interested.
Value of LH King EtchingsPeter Ramaglia
Louise was born into the
King and Howland families. I believe her father's last name was King and her mother's was Howland. She went by Louise King when she was in school as an art student. Later she used "H" from Howland as her middle initial. Then after studying art with Kenyon Cox she married him and took the name Louise Howland King Cox. I found a gallery selling a signed etching by LH King titled "Down a Swanee River". The asking price is $1,200.00!!! I also found one of her paintings titled"The faithful Sitter" and the asking price is $16,500.00
For more info about her search on "Cornish Colony" on New Hampshire.
LOUISE HOWLAND COX KINGDeb
PLEASE REFER TO LOUISE HOWLAND KING COX TO READ MORE ABOUT ARTIST....HER MARRIED NAME IS COX ...HER MAIDEN NAME ALSO LISTED.
LOUISE "HOWLAND "COX KINGDEB LANDOLPH
Where does she obtain her name of HOWLAND? WAS IT HER MAIDEN? A PREVIOUS MARRIAGE? MIDDLE NAME? AND IS SHE RELATED SOMEHOW TOANY OF THE OTHER ARTIST'S (WHO'S NAMES APPEAR IN AMERICIAN ARTIST BLUEBOOK UNDER.... LAST NAME OF "HOWLAND" "?...STILL SEARCHING IN PA ....MANY THANKS FOR ANY IMPUT YOU MAY HAVE TO SHARE! LOOKING FORWARD TO READING . Deb Landolph-
Louise Howland Cox KingPeter Ramaglia
Louise Howland Cox was born in San Francisco and studied art at the National Academy of Design with her future husband Kenyon Cox, as well as at the Art Students League in New York. Cox and her husband created the murals decorating the Liberal Arts Building at the 1893 Exposition and were part of the Cornish Art Colony in New Hampshire. Her son Allyn Cox also became a mural painter. It seems that Louise did a number of etchings that wer reproduced by a publisher in New York. These copies were signed in pencil by the artist. How many were printed of each is a mystery. Louise might have released 500 or 5,000,000 of each. I'm still trying to find out that information myself. I have 3 of her etchings.
LOUISE HOWLAND KING COXDebra Landolph
I have a b/w sketch IN A Beautiful antique frame ....LOOKS LIKE IT WAS HAND signed BY PENCIL L.H.KING... very old probally late 1800's . THE NAME IS "THIS OLD KENTUCKY ROAD' it also has some type of a SPOON design??? under the Title . ALONG WITH HER NAME PRINTED ABOVE THE TITLE 'L.H.KING' It looks orginial but i do not want to open back of frame for fear it might crumble. i have been researching this artist for quite some time NOW...UNDER THESE NAMES: Louise King ,Louise HOWLAND KING , LOUISE COX,. ALONG WITH L.H.KING...but now seem to be going around in circles. i know she was married to Kenyon Cox and a few of her paintings have sold. ALSO she has her name listed in quite a few biographys.(DID NOT RESEARCH ANY INFO LISTED IN BOOKS YET) CAN ANYONE SHED SOME LIGHT ON THIS SUBECT? ...ALSO I am told this photograph was handed down by the Family of Davey Crockett's Grandfather or a relative. I WOULD APPRECIATE ANY KNOWLEDGE ANYONE WOULD HAVE TO OFFER VERY VERY MUCH. I LIVE NEAR PHILADELPHIA.PA.AND AM .VERY CLOSE TO THE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART....ANY SUGGESTIONS OR KNOWLEDAGE OUT THERE? THANKS FOR YOU TIME!
location of Old Bay RoadJanet Potts
Louise King was born in San Francisco, but her family had moved east by the time she was five, and I don't believe she ever lived in California again. In the late 1890s she and husband Kenyon Cox lived in New York City and spent their summers in Cornish, New Hampshire. Louise also frequently visited a friend who lived in Belmont, Mass during that period. So my guess is that the Old Bay Road she sketched is in either New Hampshire or Massachusetts.
PS Louise King Cox died in 1945 so was not the Louise King who appeared in Seven Year Itch and married Peter Collins.
Etching of Little Church Peter Ramaglia
My wife is certain that the etching of the Little Church Around the Corner is St. Francis of Assisi in Mt Kisco, NY.
Louise King's etching of Old Bay RoadPeter Ramaglia
Just a thought... Louise King's etching of
Old Bay Road was probably done in San Franciso. She lived there and there is an Old Bay Highway that runs along the bay. It probably was just a road back in 1897 and not called a highway until sometime much, much later in the 20th century.
Louise KingJean de Barsy
Louise King appeared in the movie "A 7 year itch" among others and married the famous racing pilot Peter Collins on february 1957. Peter Collins was like a 2nd son for Enzo Ferrari and they received a house in the Modena area. After a while they left Italy to live on their yacht "Mipooka" in Monte Carlo Harbour where all Monaco stared as they left in their special bodied Ferrari 250 convertible. When Peter died on the Nurburgring, Louise sold the boat and returned to America
l.h. kingkaren kelly
I have an old print titled Little Curch Around The Corner signed and numbered by L.H. King does anyone know about this?
Louise Howland Cox (King)Lianne Dyck
I have an autographed and numbered 1897 copyrighted sketch by L.H. King (Cox) titled Old Bay Rd. I too would like more information on this picture such as where is Old Bay Rd. If you have any information I would appreciate it.
Louise Howland Cox(King)Eleanor
I have an ink sketching of ' Abe Lincoln's
Birthplace -La Rue County, Ky 'possibly done in 1897 , signed by L.H. King . Does anyone have any ideas as to` where we could get more information on this ?