American, 1865–1928

Bertram Goodhue

Watercolor on paper
12 x 9 inches (31.7 x 40.6 cm)
Framed: 19 x 14½ inches (48.3 x 37 cm)

Executed circa 1894.  Meteyard, along with his friend the architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, belonged to several associations of artists and writers who met regularly in the Boston area in the 1890s, including the ‘Visionists’ and the ‘Association of the Pewter Mug’.  Other members of these groups included the architect Ralph Adams Cram and the poet Bliss Carman, whose portraits Meteyard also painted.

Estate of the Artist, no. 585

New York, Berry-Hill Galleries, Thomas Buford Meteyard (1865-1928): Paintings and Watercolors, 1989, p. 64, no. 32, illustrated
Giverny, Musée d’Art Américain Giverny / Terra Foundation for the Arts, Thomas Buford Meteyard: Un Américain chez les Nabis, 2004, p. 86, no. 22
Cambridge, Massachusetts, Pierre Menard Gallery, Scenes from Vagabondia: Thomas Buford Meteyard & Dawson Dawson-Watson, From Giverny to Scituate, 1890-1910, 2009, p. 112, illustrated
Boston, Massachusetts, The Boston Athenæum, Thomas Buford Meteyard (1865-1928): Travels through Impressionism, 2017, pp. 17, 25, no. 48, illustrated