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The Farm at Branchville, 19th -20th Century

Oil on canvas
24 × 20 1/8 in
61 × 51.1 cm
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Period frame, likely original
Inscriptions: 1). (top stretcher, in pencil) J. Alden Weir

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Period frame, likely original
Inscriptions: 1). (top stretcher, in pencil) J. Alden Weir
2). (left stretcher, in pencil) [illegible] / Summer / Day

Labels: 1). (on frame) Art in Embassies Program, Department of State,
Washington, DC, with Number: #1011, Title: …

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Julian Alden Weir
American, 1852–1919
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The son of an artist, J. Alden Weir initially painted portraits, figurative works, and still lifes …

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The son of an artist, J. Alden Weir initially painted portraits, figurative works, and still lifes in an established academic style. In 1873, he studied under Jean-Léon Gérôme at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where he was influenced by the paintings of James Whistler and Édouard Manet. Having bought a farm in …

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Period frame, likely original
Inscriptions: 1). (top stretcher, in pencil) J. Alden Weir

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Period frame, likely original
Inscriptions: 1). (top stretcher, in pencil) J. Alden Weir
2). (left stretcher, in pencil) [illegible] / Summer / Day

Labels: 1). (on frame) Art in Embassies Program, Department of State,
Washington, DC, with Number: #1011, Title: …

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Julian Alden Weir
American, 1852–1919
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The son of an artist, J. Alden Weir initially painted portraits, figurative works, and still lifes …

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The son of an artist, J. Alden Weir initially painted portraits, figurative works, and still lifes in an established academic style. In 1873, he studied under Jean-Léon Gérôme at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where he was influenced by the paintings of James Whistler and Édouard Manet. Having bought a farm in …

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The Farm at Branchville, 19th -20th Century

Oil on canvas
24 × 20 1/8 in
61 × 51.1 cm
This is a unique work.
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