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Description: This very competent impressionist landscape features a hilly rural scene with buildings, cattle, split rail fencing, and a stream. It is signed lower left: G. W. King.

George W. King (1836-1930) was born in Auburn, NY. During the 1860’s he met his mentor George Inness, whose influence is quite apparent. He moved numerous times in his career, setting up studios in Philadelphia, Utica, and Richfield Springs, NY. He was a member of the Brooklyn Art Association and exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Boston Art Club and the National Academy of Design.

9″ x 12″ oil on board in modern frame to: 14 1/2″ x 17 1/2″. Item #FA00410

Condition: Very good condition.