William Mason Brown
Raspberries on the Forest Interior Floor
Signed with conjoined first initials WMBrown (lr)
Oil on canvas
20 x 16 inches
A Brooklyn resident for many years, William Mason Brown focused on landscape painting early in his career, but turned to still life compositions after 1869. This lovely example depicts raspberries, a subject that appears regularly in the artist's oeuvre.
C The Leo Lerman and Gray Foy Collection
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