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Summer of 1892 by William Emerson

Cynthia Belliveau

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Summer of 1892 by William Emerson
Summer of 1892 by William Emerson
Summer of 1892 by William Emerson
Summer of 1892 by William Emerson
Summer of 1892 by William Emerson

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
oil on board
Size:
6" L x 11.5" W x 1" H
Color/Finish:
green/multi

Why We Love This

Exquisite 19th-century oil landscape by William Otto Emerson (1856-1940). Signed and dated 1893 lower left. Inscribed At Rigood, Holland, Summer of 1892 on verso. Emerson studied at Academie Julian in Paris and while there had a long stay in Holland and is listed in Edan Milton Hughes' Artists in California 1786-1940, Peter Falk Hastings' Who Was Who in American Art and Kathy Middleton's W. Otto Emerson. Unframed.
As described by Cynthia Belliveau

About Cynthia Belliveau

After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.