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In the Afternoon Sun(128 views)
Description: Gustav Wolff, a student of the School of Fine Arts, and especially of Cornoyer, followed his teacher as a specialist in tonal landscapes. And Wolff, who remained a major landscapist in Saint Louis, was the teacher of Arthur Mitchell, also a delineator of poetic landscapes in the early twentieth century and long time resident of that city.
Provenance: Estate of the artist;Hawthorne Fine Art
Dimensions: 8 x 11.75 inches
Artist or Maker: Gustave Wolff
Medium: oil on canvasboard