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. . . Charles Willson Peale, apart from being the founder of one of the most active families of artists in the USA (many of whom were named after famous European artists) also founded the first American academy of art in Philadelphia and the first science museum in the USA.
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Looking South Across Michigan Avenue Bridge
Looking South Across Michigan Avenue Bridge
1920
Albert Krehbiel
Canvas Lithograph
59.7 x 76.2 cm (23 x 30")
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American Art - Impressionism:
Albert Henry Krehbiel (1873 - 1945)
Lady and Her Bowl of Nasturtiums,
Park Ridge, Illinois, (ca.1914) oil on canvas
559 x 762mm (22 x 30")




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