Edmund Darch LEWIS (USA 1835-1910) Watercolor
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Edmund Darch LEWIS (1835-1910) Drawing/ Watercolor/ Gouache on Paper featuring the banks of a stream with a town in the distance. Signed lower left: E.D. Lewis. Framed. Note: He was one of the most popular landscapes painters of Philadelphia during the late 19th century. His early works were chiefly scenes of the Lehigh, Susquehana, and Wissihickon Rivers of Pennsylvania, and were in great demand. Before 1860, he also exhibited landscapes of New York and New England, and even some Cuban scenes. By the mid 1870s, he turned increasingly to shoreline views with yachting, painting prolifically in watercolor from Cape May, NJ to Narragansett, RI. Wealthy and admired, he entertained in a grand style in his opluent Philadelphia home.
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- Width: 33 inches
- Height: 20 inches
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- is good overall, with wear to lower left.