Here’s a 36×40 original oil painting on canvas by Thomas John Mitchell circa 1930 titled: Taos Pueblo, New Mexico.
He had a 36×48 NY City snow scene titled: Rochester in Winter sale at the Shannons’ Fine Art Auct. for $19k in Apr. 2005.
Thomas John Mitchell (1875 – 1940)
Thomas John Mitchell was active/lived in New York. Thomas Mitchell is known for landscape and Indian pueblo painting.
Biography from R.H. Love Galleries
Thomas John Mitchell, born in Rochester, New York in 1875, was known largely in his own community, as a member of the Rochester Art Club and the Geneseeans. The latter was a group of representational landscape painters devoted to regional imagery.
Mitchell had a studio in the old Reynolds Arcade. In addition, he was a member of the Buffalo Society of Artists and the Salmagundi Club. In 1930 Mitchell had a one-man show and during that decade he visited Taos.
Like many artists, he suffered through the Great Depression. Mitchell’s works are to be found in the Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester and in that city’s University Club.
His work was included in a retrospective exhibition covering paintings and sculptures 1880-1950, September 21, 1980, at the Rochester Memorial Art Gallery.