The Hudson River View Near Fort Miller 1825 Facsimile Print Framed
This black and white print is based on the painting by W.G. Wall. It shows a view of the Hudson River near Fort Miller, New York, with a large tree in the foreground, houses and people along the shore in the background, and people in a row boat on the river. Fort Miller is a small village in the township of Argyle and Washington county; thirty-seven miles north of Albany, and thirteen south of Sandy-Hill. The view is looking down the Hudson River toward West Point.
Framed in brown wood molding with black mat trimmed in gold under glass. Sawtooth strip hanger on back.
Inscribed in pencil on the paper backing of the frame is “Hudson River Print I B Fisher printed – published NY."
The image size is 7: x 10 ½”. Framed size is 14 ¼” x 17 ¼”.