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Barlow, John Noble
American (1861-1917)
Moonrise Pasture
Oil on Canvas 14" x 11"
$1,400

Born in Manchester, England in 1861, John Noble Barlow moved to the United States in 1887 and once he met with some success went on to study at the Academie Julian in Paris under Benjamin Jean Joseph Constant, Jules-Joseph Lefebvre and Paul Delance.  In 1889 his works were shown in the Paris salons.  In the early 1890s he returned to England and settled in Cornwall. Barlow founded and taught at the John Noble Barlow School of Art and many of his pupils became well-known painters, including Garstin Cox, William Cox, Donald Henry Floyd, Herbert George, Anna Hills and Edgar Nye.

Barlow was a member of the Providence Art Club, Royal Society of British Artists and Royal Institute of Oil Painters. Barlow exhibited at the National Academy of Design, Art Institute of Chicago, in the Paris Salons, Royal Academy, Royal Society of British Artists, Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the New Gallery on Regent Street in London. His works are held in the permanent collections of the Rhode Island School of Design, Brown University and Providence Art Club, and are on public display in Cheltenham, Plymouth and Truroin, England.


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Barlow, John Noble
American (1861-1917)
Moonrise Pasture
Oil on Canvas 14" x 11"
$1,400
 
 
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