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Oakwood Gatehouse, Plainfield, New Jersey

Oil on canvas
10 x 14 1/2 in. (25.4 x 36.83 cm)
Signed lower right: JFFolinsbee
Private collection


Katherine McCutcheon Cowdin
Private collection

Exhibition History

No known exhibitions

Published References

Jensen 2013: Folinsbee Considered, p. 27, color ill. ; p. 222, cat entry


Oakwood was the home of the McCutcheons in Plainfield, New Jersey, where Folinsbee went to live in 1906 (it was later the home of "Diamond Jim" Brady). This landscape, painted while he was studying in Plainfield with Jonas Lie, is the earliest known landscape by Folinsbee. The painting was originally owned by Katherine McCutcheon Cowdin, a cousin, who was a leading art patron in New York and California.