Oil on card on canvas
Unframed: 22 x 12.7 cm (8 11/16 x 5 in.)
Gift of Mrs. John C. Newington 1971.263
The American painter Elihu Vedder spent almost all of his career after 1866 in Rome, where this small landscape was painted. The inscription shows that it was given as a souvenir to Edmund A. Ward of New York, who had purchased a large painting from the artist.
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