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Blue Hill, Maine - A New Look at an Old Painting

A New Look at an Old Painting Morning View of Blue Hill VillageItem Contributed byJonathan Fisher Memorial, Inc.

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Blue Hill, Maine - Artist

For additional information about this painting please refer to the exhibit entitled "A New Look at an Old Painting" on this site.

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Blue Hill, Maine - Artist

Four Birds of Native Species is an oil on canvas painting by Jonathan Fisher that demonstrates his artistic ability and his interest in nature.

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Blue Hill, Maine - Artist

Jonathan Fisher painted this portrait of one of his daughters and incorporated a poem entitled "Spring" in the foreground.

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Mount Desert Island: Shaped by Nature - You Can Get Here From There

When the students returned to their schools and sold their paintings, the buyers felt compelled to visit this place, thus creating Mount Desert as a…

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Blue Hill, Maine - Craftsman

Craftsman Turned wood painted vase, Blue Hill, ca. 1839 Item 33898 infoJonathan Fisher Memorial, Inc.

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Early Maine Photography - Studio Portraits

Similarly, a fireman from Skowhegan and John Chase of Unity are seated in front of folk art backdrops painted in maritime themes.

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Blue Hill, Maine - Farmer

The location can be referenced in the painting Morning View - Blue Hill Village, which is described in the exhibit "A New Look at an Old Painting"…

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Blue Hill, Maine - Surveyor

… to both survey land and create maps such as the one seen in the exhibit entitled - A New Look at an Old Painting - elsewhere in this exhibit.

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Blue Hill, Maine - Craftsman

The male figure in the painting Morning View Blue Hill Village is wearing a hat that appears to have been created using this form.

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Blue Hill, Maine - Farmer

… by Jonathan Fisher with help from local townsmen and stood until recent times. He painted this watercolor picture of the barn in about 1826.

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Early Maine Photography - Art

… painter Paul Delaroche declared, "From today, painting is dead." Yet the daguerreotype would not replace the artist’s hand, but instead become a…