American (New York / Maryland) 1848-1927




Oil on Canvas / Signed H. BOLTON JONES Lower Left

Housed in a fine custom reproduction 22K carved giltwood frame

with 18K carved giltwood liner (original frame also available)


Museums: 27, including the Boston Museum of Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Arts,

Smithsonian American Art Museum, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 


Note :

Hugh Bolton Jones remains among my favorite painters.  Jones is often classified with the Hudson River School of painters.  However his works – this painting in particular – have a wonderful luminescence of color that goes beyond most of the works of the school, moving into the higher key and clearer hue of the Impressionists, yet retaining the exactness of the scene he depicted, sometimes with single hair brushes. His ability to depict dead branches and foliage with integrity, yet beauty, has continually fascinated me. In looking at such fall or early spring scenes, I often see his work in my head.

Provenance: Private collection, New York


Condition : Excellent

Image Size : 16” x 24” / Framed Size : 27”x  35”


PRICE :  Please Inquire









JONES, Hugh Bolton (1848-1927)


  Birth place: Baltimore, MD

Addresses: NYC

Profession: Landscape painter, craftsperson

Studied: Maryland Institute; Horace Robbins in NYC; Academy Julian, Paris



National Academy of Design, 1867-1927; Paris Salon, 1877-81; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Annual; 1879-85, 1891-1902, 1917-18; Boston Arts Club, 1881-1909; Art Institute of Chicago; Paris Exposition, 1889 (medal), 1990 (medal); Columbian Expo, Chicago, 1893 (medal); Society of American Artists, 1902 (prizes); St. Louis Expo, 1904 (gold); Corcoran Gallery, 1907-12 (4 times); Pan-Pacific Expo, San Francisco, 1915 (medal).



Associate National Academy, 1881; National Academy, 1883; Society of American Artists, 1881; American Watercolor Society; National Institute of Arts and Letters; National Arts Club; Artists Fund Society; Century Association; Salmagundi Club; NY Society of Painters



Metropolitan Museum of Art; Corcoran Gallery of Art; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art; Brooklyn Museum



A popular painter of bucolic landscapes, Jones enjoyed an extraordinary 60-year exhibition record at the National Academy.

Most of his landscapes were painted in the Northeast, but he also traveled widely, painting as far South as Maryland and West Virginia, and in the summer of 1874 he was in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

From 1876-80, he was in France, studying in Paris and painting at the artists colony at Pont-Aven, Brittany.

His brother was Francis Coates Jones. Also appears as H. Jones Bolton.



Who Was Who 1925; Wright, Artists in Virginia Before 1900. Fink, American Art at the Nineteenth-Century Paris Salons, 323, 360; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

This biography is drawn from the "Who Was Who in American Art" , the reference book on the cultural life in the United States.



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Olive Parker Black was a student of Hugh Bolton Jones at the Art Students League. 

Her two paintings above are very reminiscent of his work, particularly in the use of small brushes for foliage,

and the transformation of dead branches and reeds to beautiful lacy surfaces.


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Hugh Bolton Jones, American Hudson River School Painter, Springtime Reflections, Oil on Canvas