Bryant Chapin, 1859-1927. Signed “Bryant Chapin 11″ lower left, oil on canvas. Condition is excellent. Canvas size 10″x14”. Born in Fall River in 1859, Chapin spent most of his life there. He was a member and teacher of the Fall River School, and a pupil of the schools founder, Robert S. Dunning. This painting is characteristic of Chapins, and the Fall River School’s, later still-life style (after 1890) showing a group of fruit (in this case plums) in a natural out-of-doors setting. Chapin painted primarily in oil and although he did paint coastal scenes and landscapes, he is best known for his still-life paintings.
Charles Walter Stetson, 1858-1911. Signed lower left “Charles W. Stetson”. Wonderful oil in excellent condition, with a hand carved gilt frame. Oil on canvas, 20” x 22″. Stetson was a founding member of the Providence Art Club. The last ten years of his life were spent in Rome, where he died. This painting is from that period. Click the picture at left to see a more detailed biography and some details from the painting.Well listed.
H. A. Dyer1872-1943. Hezekiah Anthony Dyer was a watercolor specialist. He studied in France and Holland, and traveled extensively in Europe, especially in Italy and France, and throughout New England. He specialized in landscapes, farms, mountains, ports, lakes, and painted numerous European doorways. He was a member of the Providence Art Club, Providence Watercolor Club, Newport Art Association , Boston Society of Water Color Painters, and the American Federation of Artists.Dyer was president of the Providence Art Club for ten years and a President of the Providence Watercolor Club.He exhibited at the National Academy, PAC, and Lyme Art Association. The watercolor is 11″ x 14″. Signed LR “H A Dyer” and “Giverny”. 
Connecticut School, Oil on canvas, 22″ x 36″ with a great period frame, c. last quarter 19th century.
Mabel May Woodward, 1877-1945. Signed lr “M.M.Woodward”. Watercolor, 101/2” x 13″. Very well listed artist. This is an exceptional painting in excellent condition. With hand carved, 23K frame. Student of Chase, DuMond, Cox, and Woodbury. She was a member of the Ogunquet Art Association, Providence Art Club, Providence Watercolor Club. Click on the pic for a larger view and her bio. SOLD
Charles Walter Stetson, 1858-1911. O/C 6″ x 14″. Excellent condition. This painting is listed in one of Stetsons journals as #242, painted Sept. 1901. It was exhibited many times and retains six different exhibition markings and labels on the back. Those identified represent the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1912, the Corcoran Gallery, 1913, Spencer Museum of Fine Art, Univ of Kansas, 1982. It is an important example of his work from his most sought after period. 

Oscar Miller, 1867-1921. O/C 20″ x 24″. The Fortune Teller. This is an important painting by this hard to find artist. There is a superficial scratch on the lower left side (can be seen in the pictures and does not go through the canvas.) otherwise excellent condition. Hand carved, gold leaf frame.