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Summer

By: Lori Williamson | Item of the Day | July 9, 2021

This painting is simply titled, "Summer."
It was painted in 1905 by Alice LeDuc and is described as a summer rural landscape scene. It shows a grassy hill edges with trees is in the immediate foreground. In the distance is rural farmland dotted with farm buildings. The sky is hazy and green gray.