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A fine spring New Hampshire landscape by American artist Lilla Cabot Perry ((1848-1933). Perry was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and went on to become a founder and first Secretary of the Guild of Boston Artists. She had the opportunity to live next door to Claude Monet in Giverny, France for ten years, who encouraged her impressionist style, which she brought back to Boston, lecturing on Monet and his impressionist style to the Boston Art Students Association. Perry was a key person in bringing French Impressionism to the United States. Oil on canvasboard, signed and dated 21 lower left, titled, inscribed on verso “Early Spring from My Window in Hancock, NH, 1921,” and housed in a molded giltwood frame. Dimensions: 12 in H x 15 in W, actual; 19 ⅜ in H x 22 ⅜ in W, framed.
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Lilla Cabot Perry Landscape Oil Painting, Early Spring from My Window in Hancock, NH 1921
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