Image from page 55 of “Nearly three hundred valuable paintings of the American and foreign schools” (1917)
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Title: Nearly three hundred valuable paintings of the American and foreign schools
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: American Art Association
Subjects: Estate of Col. Henry O. Seixas Edward G. O’Reilly Frederic B. Thomason E.A. Gurnee Justus Morris, Jr Arthur M. Nowak Homer Lee Graham F. Blandy Irving T. Bush William H. Hulick Leon Mandel Mrs. Harold Thorne Messrs Nowak & Voron
Publisher: New York : American Art Association
Contributing Library: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
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George H. McCoid, A.X.A. American: 1848—1909 62—SUNSET: MARIXE Height. 20 inches; length. 26 inches A GROUP of vessels, with vari-colored sails, is coming forwardfrom the left of the picture, and other vessels are seen. Avithsails up, farther away at the extreme right. The brilliant huesof a sunset sky, including yellow, orange and red, are reflectedin the water, the whole producing an effect of golden glow. Propertij of a Privdte Collector. Signed at the lower left. E. Irving- Coiise, N.A. American : 1866— Q^~ETAPLES Height, 24 inches; length, 29 inches A PEACEFUL evening scene in the Port of Etaples, witli twogroups of people in the foreground, which is filled by a broadspace adjoining a landing-place on the sea. The nearer groupis composed of a sailor-man sitting on a barrel, while a youngwoman, with a child in Avhite dress on her arm, is standingnear him: the other group is composed of two fisherwomen anda man, who are busy with the baskets full of fish which theyhave appare
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