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Noon Shadows

Oil on canvas
16 x 20 in. (40.64 x 50.8 cm)
Folinsbee 191220s stockbook: p. 35
Current location unknown


Sold January 1919 from Ferargil Gallery, New York, New York ($100)
Current location unknown

Exhibition History

1915 Louis Katz NY: Recent Paintings by Harry Leith-Ross and John F. Folinsbee, no. 22
1915 Toledo: Recent Paintings by John F. Folinsbee and Harry Leith-Ross, no. 270
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. 270

Published References

Bowdoin 1919: "John Folinsbee's Paintings Shown at the Ferargil"


This is believed to be a painting Folinsbee completed in 1915 and which was exhibited in the Folinsbee/Leith-Ross show at Louis Katz Gallery in New York. According to the review of that exhibition in the New York Evening World, Noon Shadows depicts "a rambling house and red barn. There are some grand old trees in full foliage, and these cast delightful shadows that are delightfully expressed."