ALBERT (OR ALBRECHT) SCHENCK (1828-1901)
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i) SHEEP IN A BLIZZARD (2)
ii) SHEEP IN A SNOWSTORM
iii) THE BLIZZARD
iv) A SHEPHERD AND HIS FLOCK
CAUGHT IN A DRIVING SNOWSTORM
v) A SHEPHERD AND HIS FLOCK IN A STORM
This is Datapage 35 re Auguste (or August) Friedrich (or Frederic) Albrecht (or Albert) Schenck.
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A page which contains five images of snow storms or blizzards.
The webmasters knowledge of this work is non existent, alas. Even the title is most probably not a true title but rather a description of its content.
The work is of unusual proportions. That may at some point permit the work to be better identified.
In my index of works on site page 05 there are two works of identical title - hence the (2).
As for the work above, the webmasters knowledge of this work is non existent. The title is most surely not a true title but rather a description of the painting's content.
As for the work above, the webmasters knowledge of this work is non existent. The title is again, most surely, not a true title but rather a description of the painting's content.
It is possible that it was offered for sale on Oct. 24, 1996, but did not sell. A very faint hint of a signature at lower left?
The webmaster has no certain knowledge of this work. But he has seen this page, which refers to a 1995 auction of an oil painting of 20 1/4 x 30 in. (51.4 x 76.2 cm.) in size, ex the estate of Phyllis W. G. Gordan. It does seem to relate to this work.
Surely another work where the 'title' attributed to it may not be a true 'title' but rather a description of the work.
The webmaster has no knowledge of this work. None at all!
I comment, though, that the 'title' attributed to it is surely not a true 'title' but rather a description of the work's content.
More when I get more! Maybe YOU could provide new data or could provide a clue as to where new data about the above works (or indeed any other Schenck work) might be found. I would truly welcome your input.
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