A fine valley river landscape with cows in the style of the Hudson River School by American artist Charles Wilson Knapp (1823-1900). Knapp was born in Philadelphia, where he lived most of his life, apart from two years he spent in New York. Beginning in 1859, the National Academy of Design began exhibiting his work, and he became well known for his quintessential depictions of farm life along the rivers and shorelines of America from New Hampshire to upper state New York. He is considered a leading White Mountain painter, but he spent many years in and around Philadelphia and the Susquehanna River painting landscapes from life. Oil on canvas, signed lower left, and housed in a fine molded giltwood frame. Dimensions: 28 ¼” H x 50 ¼” W, actual; 39 ¾” H x 61 ¾” W, framed. Ref: 8
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Charles Wilson Knapp Landscape Oil Painting, Valley River
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