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J H MILLSPAUGH, New York, 1822-1894, Low tide in the cove - $750 (Amherst)

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JOHN HILL MILLSPAUGH, New York, 1822-1894, he following information is from the research and writing of Michael McCue, art historian and curator:

John Hill Millspaugh, born at Crawford in New York State, became a painter and etcher in the late 19th century and earned much respect for the quality of his work. However, he is little known today.

John Hill Millspaugh (New York 1822 - 1894) etching. Signed by artist in pencil lower left. Signed and dated (1884) in plate lower left. Measures 10.375-in. x 17.75-in. image size,14-in. x 20.25-in. sheet size. In good condition, with creasing, foxing and toning.

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He was raised at Crawford on the Hudson River. At age 16, he went to New York City to apprentice as a stereotyper, which was highly detailed work creating relief plates of metal from original woodcuts. By the mid 1840s, he was working in Waverly as a stereotyper, and then moved to Ithaca where he met his wife, Marion Elizabeth Cornell. Her uncle, Ezra Cornell became exceedingly wealthy from the telegraph business and founded Cornell .

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