[ entry 1 of 1 / return to full list of works]

Dorothy McCutcheon in Kimono

Oil on canvas on cardboard
17 x 12 in. (43.18 x 30.48 cm)
Signed lower right: J.F.F. 1911; inscribed [by Sarah H. Howland?] on canvas verso: "Dorothy H. McCutcheon/Painted by John F. Folinsbee at the Bungalow, Washington, Connecticut - 1911/To be given to Reid Grandy - /S.A. Howland"
Private collection


Dorothy Homer McCutcheon Grandy
Reid Grandy
Private collection

Exhibition History

No known exhibitions

Published References

Jensen 2013: Folinsbee Considered, p. 28, color ill.


Dorothy McCutcheon (Grandy) was Folinsbee's cousin and the model in two small landscape sketches (JFF.822 and JFF.823) now in the collection of the Gunn Memorial Museum. The inscription by Sarah Howland was probably written a few years after 1913, when Dorothy was married; Reid Grandy was her daughter.