Hotel; Resort; Tourism; Pullis, J.B.
Watercolor, gouache, India ink, and collaged paper on paper depicting a view of The Linwood. Left foreground shows a dirt road traveling diagonally toward center foreground, carriage with passengers travling along, far side of the road bordered by white picket fence with on pedestrian walking next to it; right foreground on the other side of the fence has large grassy lawn with a small circular decorative planting and six individuals playing badminton, one net stretched out between two of the players. Center midground shows The Linwood, a four and five story tan building with red roofing and a wraparound veranda populated by a number of small figures, to its immediate left a carriage pulls out of a drive, to its immediate right is situated a smaller outbuilding. Beyond the fenced-in property of The Linwood, two other buildings can be seen on the right and far right side of the background, the far right building featuring two prominent onion (bud) domes. Sky above painted with a faint blue pigment and printed, collaged darker clouds with white gouache outlines; text along the center of the top reads "The Linwood' with "J.B. Pullis, Propr." underneath to left and "Bay Shore, L.I." underneath to right.
Lange, Edward (1846-1912) [Artist]
Edward Lange (1846-1912), The Linwood, ca. 1888-1889, Watercolor, gouache, India ink, and collaged paper on paper, 4 x 8.25 in. (unframed); 10.5625 x 14 in. (framed), Nassau County Museum, 85.45.5
4 x 8.25 in. (unframed); 10.5625 x 14 in. (framed)
Signed lower right corner, "Edw. Lange Art. Elwood. L.I."
Watercolor, gouache, India ink, and collaged paper on paper
New York; Suffolk County; Town of Islip; Bay Shore
Nassau County Museum
Lange, Edward (1846-1912) [Artist], “The Linwood,” The Art of Edward Lange , accessed September 22, 2023, https://edwardlange.omeka.net/items/show/132.