Allen Tucker “The Hill Mansion” Oil on Canvas

Allen Tucker (American, 1866-1939). Oil on canvas painting titled “Hill House Mansion,” 1930-31. This work depicts a lonely mansion looming above a landscape of barren trees. The building is framed by billowing yellow clouds. Signed along the lower right. With a label from ACA Galleries affixed along the verso. Tucker is an American artist who exhibited with artists of The Eight, or the Ashcan School, such as Robert Henri, George Bellows, and George Luks. He was an instructor at the Art Students League of New York and has many of his works in major American art museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Provenance: ACA Galleries, New York; Private Minnesota collection. Unframed; height: 34 in x width: 25 in. Framed; height: 41 3/4 in x width: 32 3/4 in.