Enneking was adept at capturing all the various moods of nature, and while his beautiful sunset paintings earned him the nickname 'The Twilight Painter', he was just as skilled at capturing dreary fall days. In Late Autumn, Ogunquit, he finds beauty in even the grey and gloom of late autumn.
More information about this painting...
Possibly part of Enneking’s 1903 studio sale to fund European trip
Eventually to Bourgeault Auction by the 1970s
To private dealer, Hingham, Massachusetts
To private collection, Boston, Massachusetts, by August 1979
To Vose Galleries, Boston, inventory no. 26110, November 1979
To private collection, Boston, Massachusetts, January 1980 – 1983
To Vose Galleries, Boston, inventory no. 27365, June 1983
To private collection, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, March 1984 to present
- (top stretcher in pencil) Late Autumn Ogunquit ME No. 250 $250.°°
- (verso of canvas): 135
Previous Vose Galleries label, inventory no. 26110 (crossed out with later Vose inventory no. 27365 handwritten next to it)
(Possibly) Enneking’s studio sale, Frank Leonard Auction House, Boston, Massachusetts, 1903, no. 135 Late Autumn, Ogunquit, Me, sold for $125