Oil on canvas laid down on masonite, signed. 12" x 18" image size and framed. Inscribed verso.
Bio from ask art: From "New Hampshire Scenery" by Catherine Campbell 1985:
Walker, Charles Alvah
Born Loudon, NH 1848
Died Brookline, MA 1925
Walker was a versatile artist who used oils, etching, wood and steel
engraving, and monotype as media for expression. He exhibited at the NAD
from 1884 to 1892 as well as at the Boston Art Club and Massachusetts
Charitable Mechanics Association.
From Smithsonian 1997 exhibit and book released by Dr. Joann Moser on
August 3 at the National Museum of American Art: "Charles Alvah Walker
invented the term "monotype" about 1880..."Exhibition entitled Singular
Impressions: The Monotype" in America included works by Walker along with
those of William Merritt Chase, Frank Duveneck, Maurice Prendergast, Richard
Diebenkorn, and Jasper Johns.
The majority of oils by Walker were pastoral or White Mountain scenes in the
Campton and Sandwich Range area of New Hampshire.