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Landscape by Addison Millar, 1890s

McNaught Fine Art

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Landscape by Addison Millar, 1890s
Landscape by Addison Millar, 1890s
Landscape by Addison Millar, 1890s
Landscape by Addison Millar, 1890s
Landscape by Addison Millar, 1890s
Landscape by Addison Millar, 1890s

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Antique; 19th century
Good; scuffs, old water stain, losses
Country of Origin:
gouache and watercolor on artist's board
19.75" L x 10" H

Why We Love This

A rare and period 19th-century watercolor landscape showing a view of an expanse of water and trees at sunset. Signed lower left "Addison T. Millar" (1860-1913), a listed artist and painted circa 1890. Millar studied in New York with William Merritt Chase and, subsequently, in Paris with Giovanni Boldini. His work may be found in the permanent collections of numerous institutions, including the New York Public Library, the Library of Congress and the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris. Unframed.
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About McNaught Fine Art

A 1986 graduate of Christie's Fine Arts of London, I headed the fine art department of a West Coast auction house before opening my own gallery. Each painting I represent is selected with care. I believe fine art to be an integral part of life, illuminating both our vision and our values for our children. As time passes, our paintings become heirlooms, enriched with our shared memories. Many things come and go. Art abides. - Anthony McNaught

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