The Young Husband: First Marketing
The Home Of The Red, White And Blue
The War Spirit At Home: Celebrating The Battle At Vicksburg
The Artist And Her Family On A Fourth Of July
We Both Must Fade (Mrs. Fithiann)
Kiss Me And You’ll Kiss The Lasses
Mother And Child By The Hearth
Truth Unveiling Falsehood, what a very interesting painting.
Suzay Lamb said:
This is her only allegorical painting. Despite her critical financial situation, she always refused to sell it.
what happened to the original of Truth Unveiling Falsehood? I have a very old framed lithograph with a signature on it.
Suzay Lamb said:
I think it was lost.
I have a Lilly Martin Spencer lithograph from her early years.
I am going to an auction where there will be a lithograph by Lilly Martin Spencer dated 1853. Does anyone know the approximate value of it.
Thomas Hutchings said:
Lily Martin Spencer also completed a portrait of Mary Isabella Connolly (sister of Mrs. Frances Fanny Connolly-Fithian). The title of the portrait was “Alone,” and featured Miss Connolly, later Mrs. Robert Chadwick Hutchings, in an evening dress leaning against a fountain in a conservatory. This portrait was begun in April 1870. Does anyone know the wherabouts or have a digital copy?
Barbara Janssen said:
I own a chromo lithograph called “Dandelion Time”. It was printed from the original painting by Lilly M. Spencer, drawn on stone by John Gast, copyrighted by Orange -Judd Co. New York and it’s dated 1869. I would like to learn more of the value of this lithograph. It is in the original frame with square nails and in good condition. It was passed down to me from a deceased aunt.