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Inscription: signed, lower right: "F. Bridges / 1863"
On back of frame: oval sticker: "Pollock's / Picture Store / 10 Hamilton Place / Boston"; sticker fragment upper right: "(?) by F. Bridges / Laura A. J (?)"; stock number on frame: "44401"; inscription in pencil upsidedown on top: "F. Beid???"; half artist's supply mark stencil in red: "H. H(?) / Manuf (?) / Phila (?) / 10 (?)"
20 × 16.8 cm (7 7/8 × 6 5/8 in.)
Purchased with funds provided by Charles C. Haffner III
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Angela Miller, “Albert Bierstadt, Landscape Aesthetics, and the Meanings of the West in the Civil War Era,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 27, 1 (2001), 40–59, fig. 4.
Greensburg, Pennsylvania, Westmoreland Museum of Art, Still Life Painting in Pennsylvania, May 29–July 31, 1988.
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