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William Ranney Marion Crossing the Pee Dee oil painting


Marion Crossing the Pee Dee
Painting ID::  84001
William Ranney
Marion Crossing the Pee Dee
Marion Crossing the Pee Dee, 1850, Oil on canvas.1850 cjr

   
   
     

William Ranney Encamped in the Wilds of Kentucky oil painting


Encamped in the Wilds of Kentucky
Painting ID::  86288
William Ranney
Encamped in the Wilds of Kentucky
Date 1852 cyf

   
   
     

William Ranney Marion Crossing the Pee Dee oil painting


Marion Crossing the Pee Dee
Painting ID::  87864
William Ranney
Marion Crossing the Pee Dee
1850, Oil on canvas cyf

   
   
     

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     William Ranney
     (May 9, 1813 - November 18, 1857) was a 19th-century American painter, known for his depictions of Western life, sporting scenery, historical subjects and portraiture. In his 20-year career, he made 150 paintings and 80 drawings, and is considered the first major genre painter to work in New Jersey, and one of the most important pre-Civil War American painters.His work is on display in several museums across the United States. One of his contemporaries opined, "A specimen of Ranney is indispensable wherever a collection of American art exists."

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