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Thomas Cole : “View of Florence” (1837)

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Cole visited Italy in 1831 and made a small pencil sketch of this vista of Florence shortly before sunset. In his New York studio six years later, he transformed the drawing into this large oil painting, adding picturesque humans and goats to the foreground.

(Text courtesy of The Cleveland Museum of Art).

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