Watercolor on paper painting of a windmill, measuring 8 3/4" by 6" (14 1/2" by 11" framed), signed "A. L. Terrell" or similar at lower right, where the artist dated it "07" and added "The Hague". I don't see a listing by this name or similar possibilities, though there was an artist Adriaan Terhell who painted windmills in watercolor. I suppose it possible that this is a work by that artist, signing his name in a variation for some reason, but, even if it be not by that listed artist, it is decorative and pleasing. The Hague was a center of art in the late 19th century, and it is possible that that is just the place the work was executed, rather than a location actually portrayed. The watercolor is generally clean and problem free. Allow for a few stray reflections in the glass. A new mat and more elaborate frame would be worth the investment as it would dramatically improve the presentation. .
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