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Alternate Title(s):
Ploughing on the Ridge
Oil on canvas
16 x 20 in. (40.64 x 50.8 cm)
Current location unknown


Sold January 1917 from Ferargil Gallery, New York, New York ($150)
Current location unknown

Exhibition History

1915 Louis Katz NY: Recent Paintings by Harry Leith-Ross and John F. Folinsbee, no. 27
1915 NAD: 90th Annual Exhibition, no. 357, as Ploughing on the Ridge
1915 Toledo: Recent Paintings by John F. Folinsbee and Harry Leith-Ross, no. 275
1916 Allied Artists: Third Annual Member Exhibition, no. 4
1916 Hillyer: Paintings of John F. Folinsbee
1916 Mahoning (Butler) II: Midwinter Exhibition of Paintings Loaned by John F. Folinsbee, by Harry Leith-Ross, and by Artists and Citizens of Youngstown, no. 275
1916 Salmagundi: Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings, no. 53
1917 Ferargil: Paintings by John Folinsbee

Published References

NY Globe 1916b: "Art and Artists: Paintings and Sculptures Shown by Allied Artists"
Springfield 1916


From the Evening World: "'Ploughing' is impressionistic. The operation is well symbolized and there is much introduced in the action in the canvas."

As described in the Springfield Republican: "the plowing is up hill on a bright April morning, with some moist clouds, and beyond are hills; the scene is full of air and free movement."