Winfield Scott Clime (1881-1958) American, active in Connecticut

The Medallion Jug

Signed, (l.l.): Winfield Scott Clime
Inscribed on verso: The Medallion Jug, Old Lyme Conn
Ca. 1920-1930.
Oil on canvas.
30 1/5 x 35 inches framed
Excellent condition, in the original carved gilt frame.
Provenance: Private collection, Washington, CT.

Influenced by Impressionism, Clime was known for his rural landscape and genre paintings. Clime was the co-founder of The Washington D.C. Society of Landscape Painters in 1913. Although known as an Old Lyme School artist, he also painted in Cragsmoor, New York, in the picturesque Hudson River Valley. The Medallion Jug is a rare subject matter yet embodies Clime's talent and success as an American Impressionist artist.

Dealer Jeffrey Tillou Antiques
Date: ca. 1920-1930
Origin American
Artist/Maker Winfield Scott Clime (1881-1958)
Measurements 30 1/5 x 35 inches framed
Inventory View Dealer's Inventory
Price 10,500
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