While recognized for his paintings of the working harbors of Cape Ann, Mulhaupt applied his talents to inland settings as well, finding worthy subjects among the forest interiors, historic stone bridges and changing seasons of his adopted New England. Autumn River Landscape is an ideal example of the artist’s approach to more rural scenery. His impressionist’s sense of atmosphere and light is seen in the golden tones of late day sunlight and in the reflections on the softly-rippling water, and the whole composition is unified by his distinctive earthy palette.
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Woodstock, New York, art gallery by 1948
To private collection, New York, New York, 1948 to 2010
With Vose Galleries, Boston, inventory no. 35460, March 2010
To private collection, Andover, Massachusetts, April 2010 to present