Fannie Fredericka Dyckman And Mary Alice Dyckman
Mrs. Isaac Michael Dyckman
A Young Woman
Benjamin Davis Wilson
John Quincy Adams Ward
Admiral David G. Farragut
A Young Girl
Profile Of A Peasant Girl
A Young Lady
Mother And Child
This painter is part of the artistic movement of late romanticism, and is undoubtedly also a good portrait painter, as we can see in the first images of the series set forth above, and in the various ovals.
The oval painting titled “A Lady,” even if it is shown here in black and white, it seems well made and very enjoyable to watch.
To be more precise, it seems to me that Henry Augustus Lopp, despite having worked mostly in the impressionist era, at the same time he remained very attached to the three great movements which were now at the end: Romanticism, Neoclassicism and Realism. Certainly he must have had a little ‘indecision on the road to choose from.
The use of portraits in oval seems to indicate the strong attraction that still exercised the Baroque style, which is the current that preceded the neoclassical style.