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Eakins, Max Schmitt in a Single Scull
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ARTIST Thomas Eakins (1844-1916)
DIMENSIONS 24.75" x 19.25"
MADE OF giclée print on canvas
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A fine-art giclée print on canvas of "Max Schmitt in a Single Scull" (1871) by American realist artist Thomas Eakins (1844-1916). This work, also known as "The Campion Single Sculls," depicts the victory of Eakins's friend Max Schmitt in the October 1870 single sculls competition. The painting's composition reproduces the weather conditions and position of the sun at the date and time of Schmitt's triumph. Rather than in the midst of the competition, Schmitt is depicted nearly at rest, dragging his oars, with the disappearing eddies of his course visible in the water. The location is just downstream of the Columbia Railroad Bridge, the site of the turn in the race. Custom frame.