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Description: MacKnight skillfully handled the muted tones and shadows in this view of a road leading into a small town  identified as Montpezat, in Southern France.

William Dodge MacKnight (1860-1950) mostly painted landscapes in a post-impressionist manner and his preferred medium was watercolor. His active years were spent in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Europe. His works are in many major art institutions including: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

The 14″ x 19 1/2″ watercolor on paper is laid on original [?] pasteboard and matted & framed to: 21 1/2″ x 27″. Item #FA00411

Condition: A tiny spot or two of soil, otherwise very good condition.