Lot 53: Hudson River School Luminist Indian Campfire 19th century

Carlyle Galleries International

December 12, 2013, 1:00 PM EST
New York, NY, US
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Description: Artist: Hudson River School Painter

Title: untitled (Indian campfire by river)

Size: 12" x 18"

Material: Oil on Canvas

Date: 1885 circa

Well painted nocturnal scene and imaginitive composition

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