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Three Trees: Italy

1871
(American, 1836–1923)
Unframed: 22 x 12.7 cm (8 11/16 x 5 in.)
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The American painter Elihu Vedder spent almost all of his career after 1866 in Rome, where this small landscape was painted. The inscription shows that it was given as a souvenir to Edmund A. Ward of New York, who had purchased a large painting from the artist.
Three Trees: Italy

Three Trees: Italy

1871

Elihu Vedder

(American, 1836–1923)
America, 19th century

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