An early 20th century oil on board or canvas on board painting titled "In the Connecticut Hills" in its original frame by American artist Alan Cantwell Dunn (1900 - 1974) with a "bonus" painting en verso on the same board measuring approximately 5 1/8 x 6 5/8 inches with the frame measuring approximately 9 3/8 x 10 7/8 inches. Last origin was New England. Many of his works are currently on display at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park FL as part of the Louis Comfort Tiffany Exhibition.The noted New Yorker cartoonist Alan Dunn, was a fellow of the Tiffany Foundation. Dunn visited Laurelton Hall on nine occasions, painting watercolors in the mid-1920s. A fine watercolorist, he was at the time a member of the American and New York Water Color Societies, and some of his work from the estate was exhibited. The artist characterized them as an accurate panorama of Laurelton in full flower. Dunns delightful watercolorsseveral of which can be seen throughout the exhibition Louis Comfort Tiffanys Laurelton Hallwere part of a gift to the Museum from Dunn in 1973 and evoke both the spirit of Tiffanys foundation and the beauty of the estate. Upon first touring Laurelton Hall in the early 1920s, Dunn wrote that he was transported into the lands of Araby with no path or stairway that fails to lead to surprise. Source: Morse Museum Alan Dunn (19001974) was a cartoonist known for his work in The New Yorker. He also had architectural expertise and submitted work to Architectural Record. He was married to fellow cartoonist Mary Petty. Dunn studied at Columbia University, the National Academy of Design and the American Academy in Rome.  He eventually became The New Yorker's most prolific illustrator, creating nine covers and nearly 2000 cartoons over 47 years.
 A cartoon of his is credited with inspiring the Fermi Paradox.  Dunn and Petty donated their papers to Syracuse University. Books Dunn, Alan (1931).
Rackety rax; with sixteen illustrations by Alan Dunn. Who's paying for this cab?
A book of cartoons from the New Yorker. New York: Simon and Schuster. East of Fifth; the story of an apartment house. The pattern of executive life. With drawings by Alan Dunn.
Is there intelligent life on earth? A report to the Congress of Mars. Translated into English by the author. A portfolio of social cartoons, 19571968. New York: Architectural Record Books.
New Yorker : an exhibition of humorous drawings. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Art Collections. References ^ Jump up to: a b c  Alan Dunn and Mary Petty Papers, Syracuse University Source: wiki and those noted above. The item "ANTIQUE NY IMPRESSIONIST AC DUNN CT PAINTINGS CIRCLE OF LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY FL" is in sale since Saturday, December 31, 2016.
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