Henry Johnson Brent was the second child of Col. William Brent and Catherine Walker Johnson of Washington, D.C. His older brother was Thomas William Brent, my ancestor. One of his uncles was Robert Brent, the first mayor of Washington, D.C., and another uncle was Daniel Carroll Brent who served as the Chief Clerk at the State Department and as U.S. Consul in Paris.
Henry Johnson Brent was a writer and artist, an editor and co-founder, with Lewis Gaylord Clark, of the Knickerbocker Magazine. He published a novel, "Life Almost Alone," in 1859, and "Was It a Ghost?" in 1878 - an book about the murders of the Joyce children in Bussey Woods in Boston. He was a contributor to Porter's Spirit of the Times under the signature "Stirrup."
Beautiful painting from the painter mentioned above.
Not so long ago, the work could be drawn on another canvas,
and a new inner frame because the canvas was already worn out.
Or it was completely cleaned, put in order. It is now in beautiful condition,signature is shown on the left.
Delivery with tracking code in professional packaging!
- Henry Johnson Brent (1811-1880)
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Landscape, France
- Olieverf op doek
- In goede staat
- Verkoop met lijst
- 5 kg
- 50×100 cm
- Totale afmetingen
- 50×100×2 cm