Thomas Wilmer DewingJennifer
In early 1920's, Thomas Wilmer Dewing , "secured" 18 paintings created by Albert D. Gihon, from our great grandmother, Dorothy Gihon, his mother, We are trying to locate these paintings. If anyone has any info regarding the missing paintings by Impressionistic artist, Albert Gihon please let me know. We wish to preserve the family legacy. Albert Gihon's great grandson and great great grandsons are also living artists. Thank you in advance for any information.
ARTIST THOMAS WILMER DEWINGTOMMY
IAM LOOKING FOR A FULL SIGNATURE OF THOMAS WILMER DEWING HE SIGNED HIS Pintings YWD or T W dewing I need the full signature especially the middle signature I will compensate for the help
R.A.Dewing artistJohn C.Jernigan
I would like information on a 20" by 24" oil painting signed at the top right "R.A.Dewing".Subject is sheep in a barn.Does anyone have information on this artist?
I have a postcard from my Great Grandfather to my Grandmother dated 1923 mentioning Wilmer Dewing and a Mr. Hyde.My Great Grandfather was a painter in the same era his name is Albert Gihon he studied at the same schools, would you have any info on him.
Thanks Ric Elmore
Thomas Dewing Screenbrenda
A large reward is available for information in recovering this missing screen. It is described in detail in the above paragraph. Please e-mail me if you have seen it.
Missing Dewing Screen
Mary Webb (06/12/2001)
This news item appeared in the Newtown Bee:
"A three-panel folding screen, or room divider, about 5 feet 4 inches tall and
6 feet wide, painted more than 100 years ago by American Impressionist Thomas
Wilmer Dewing, is being sought by a Kansas City, Mo. family and an art
historian. A female figure draped in white appears in three poses -one on
each 2-foot-wide panel - set against a backdrop of blossoms. The screen's
rarity is heightened by its gilded frame, which was designed by Stanford White
, a leading architect of the day. The last known owner of the piece was a
Kansas City woman named Grace Hecker Beaham, who inherited it in 1928 from
her father, a Detroit industrialist. Susan A. Hobbs, an art historian and
Dewing expert from Alexandria, Va., hopes to account for the screen in adefinitive catalog of Dewing's work. The screen is the largest and most
impressive of about 25 missing Dewings, Hobbs told AP."
Painting "Andante"Margaret Bullock
I am trying to locate a painting titled "Andante" by Dewing. If you have any leads, please contact me. Thank you.
Portland Art Museum