Study of a Tree Limb (from Sketchbook)

Henry Ward Ranger American

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This sketchbook contains thirty-one undated drawings in graphite and ink of Noank and Lyme, Connecticut subjects.
Beginning in 1899, Ranger became a leading member of the artists’ colony at Old Lyme, Connecticut, where a group of painters influenced by the Barbizon and impressionist styles gathered in the summer at the home of Florence Griswold. Ranger later acquired a country home in Noank, on Long Island Sound, near New London, Connecticut, and did much of his sketching there.

Study of a Tree Limb (from Sketchbook), Henry Ward Ranger (American, Syracuse, New York 1858–1916 New York), Graphite, ink, on paper, American

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