|Tow Canal, 1923, John Fulton Folinsbee|
|Canal Bridge, October, 1923, John Fulton Folinsbee|
|Brooklyn Roofs, 1920-21, John Fulton Folinsbee|
|It would appear that when Folinsbee wasn't slogging through snow to paint en plein air, he had to brave the rain and its accompanying mud.|
|John Fulton Folinsbee self-portrait.|
|Harry Leith-Ross Painting Outdoors, 1913, John F. Folinsbee|
|Whether the sea, rivers, or canals, water was always one of|
Folinsbee's favorite areas of "landscape" content.
|Folinsbee found a stark beauty, not just in the worst mother nature had to offer,|
but somehow, in the worst industrial ugliness of mankind as well.
|Kennebec Bell Buoy, 1962, John Fulton Folinsbee, |
|The Funeral (not his own), 1921, John Fulton Folinsbee.|
|Chip and Dana, 1950s, |
John Fulton Folinsbee. Some people
should never be allowed in a boat.