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Hand-Carved Frame

This unlocated painting with the artist’s hand-carved frame is known from a photograph in the Dawson Dawson-Watson family archives.

The Enders were close family friends of the Dawson-Watsons.

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Dave and Babe Aloe

This unlocated print work is known through a photograph in the Special Exhibition Catalogue; An Exhibition of Paintings Engravings and other work by Mr. Dawson-Watson November 1912 from the Dawson Dawson-Watson family archives.

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Portrait of Bliss Carman

This unlocated painting is known through a photograph in The Pall Mall Magazine ca. 1900. Dawson-Watson completed this painting while Bliss Carman was composing the poem “Daisies.”

The first two lines of the poem are inscribed at the bottom of the frame:

Over the shoulders and slopes of the dune,
I saw the white daisies go down to the sea

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The New West Point – General View from the Landing

This unlocated painting is known through a photograph in The Century Magazine, July 1904 from the Dawson Dawson-Watson family archives.

Dawson-Watson was commissioned by the Boston architectural firm of Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson to paint this architectural rendering of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. Dawson-Watson also hand-carved a frame for the painting with the West Point coat of arms in the center of its base. At the time, the architectural firm had been awarded a commission for the redesign of West Point.

 

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A Light Breeze

Image courtesy of the Office of Art in Embassies

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