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A Country Home.
after 1867
Printer:Printed by Kellogg & Bulkeley , American, 1867 - 1990
Publisher:Published by Kellogg & Bulkeley , American, 1867 - 1990
Lithography; printer's ink and watercolor on wove paper
Primary Dimensions (image height x width): 8 3/16 x 12 1/8in. (20.8 x 30.8cm) Sheet (height x width): 10 x 14in. (25.4 x 35.6cm)
Credit Line: Gift of Samuel St. John Morgan
Description: A house with louvered shutters, a porch, an oval window in its gable, and a square Italianate tower is at the left, surrounded by grassy lawns edged with plants or bushes, a picket fence with a gate, and large trees. A woman and small child stand beneath the tower. A second building is at the fair right. A paved sidewalk appears to line the dirt road. A woman wearing an apron stands in the road near the gate, apparently buying something from a man who stands behind a horse-drawn wagon, possibly a peddler's cart. A horse-drawn carriage is in the road at the right, and a covered wagon is in the distance. A man on horseback is near a second woman on the sidewalk. Rail fences line fields on the right. In the first field, a man uses a rake to pitch hay onto a haystack. In the second field, a man pumps water into a trough for two horses, and horses drawn a haywagon past a small farm building. A small town and additional buildings are on the banks of a large river or lake, possibly the Hudson River, in the background. A train runs along the bank at the far right, and a steamboat and a sailing vessel are in the water. Hills are in the background.
Inscription: On recto, lithographed title beneath image, "A COUNTRY HOME." On verso, upper left, in red ink, "829". In pencil: "724"; lower left, "Drawer 22 #1"; lower right, accession number "CPC consv. 1987" and "Print / Box 7 / #46 [upsidedown]".
Object Number: 1950.189.0
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