In addition to the Provincetown Art Association, Lindenmuth exhibited with the Society of Independent Artists, the Rockport Art Association, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA). Along the Shore was likely shown at PAFA in 1928 and demonstrates the bold color palette and interesting array of geometric shapes often found in both Lindenmuth’s paintings and prints.
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Private collection, New Hope, Pennsylvania
With collection, New York, New York, by 2012
To private collection, Newburyport, Massachusetts
1). (verso of canvas in black, prior to lining) ALONG THE SHORE
2). (verso of canvas in black, prior to lining) Tod Lindenmuth / Donated by the Artist / 1934 / #72
1). (unknown source) Title: Along the Shore / Artist: Tod Lindenmuth / No. 624 Price: Per. / This painting may not be copied of / reproduced without the consent of – (rest is torn)
2). (stamp top stretcher) EX. P.A.F.A.
3). (stamp top stretcher) CIRCULATING / PICTURE CLUB
4). (stamp top stretcher) 1333
1). (likely) 123rd Annual Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, January 29 – March 18, 1928, No. 183, as Along the Shore
2). (possibly) 15th Annual Exhibition, Provincetown Art Association, August 4 – September 2, 1929, No. 40, as Along the Shore
3). Crosscurrents: The Colonies, Clubs & Schools that Established Impressionism in America, Vose Galleries, Boston, October 29, 2016 – January 28, 2017