John Folinsbee

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Born in 1892, John Folinsbee was one of the major artists of the Buck's County, Pennsylvania School of painters, and was known for his landscapes, industrial street genre, and portraits.

This painting is thought by some to be a portrait of Folinsbee's good friend and fellow painter Harry Leith-Ross. Folinsbee's works are in major museums, and he was represented at the time by Ferargil Galleries and Grand Central Art Galleries in New York City.

His works have sold at auction for as much as $296,000.00. He died in 1972.

THIS ARTWORK HAS SOLD

Another detail of the artwork is below.

Title

Portrait of a Young Man

Circa

1910's to 1920's

Signed

Lower left

Provenance

Robbins Egg Gallery, Lambertville, New Jersey

Medium

Oil on Board

Price

SOLD

Size

11.5" x 9.25"

Style of Art

Portraiture

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