Leuty McGuffey Manahan Revisited
Leuty McGuffey Manahan (1889 – 1977) has been referred to as Ohio’s grandma Moses. Her primitive, but focused, style portrays life in rural America in a humorous, occasionally satirical manner. Her works have been exhibited in New York City, New Jersey and major universities throughout Ohio. The gallery, in collaboration with The Ohio Company Antiques and Art, is proud to share her paintings with the public for the first time in nearly 20 years. To read more about Leuty McGuffey Manahan, click here.
Although Mrs. Manahan exhibited her work extensively, she did not sell her work during her life time. Upon her death, the entire collection went into the hands of a private collector. He is now making paintings from the collection available for purchase. Shown below is a representative sample of Mrs. Manahan’s body of work. Click on any of the images below for the painting’s size and price. Prices include the original frame