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This painting is a stunning example of American impressionism. Many layers of paint and subtle skilled brushstrokes were used to create the depth and atmosphere of this landscape. Pictured is a forest scene with two figures and a pond. Although an impressionist era painting, this work was heavily influenced by Romanticism. The themes of man's place in nature are evidenced by the tiny figures beneath the massive trees.
Douglas Teed is a well listed American painter from Michigan. Teed exhibited across the U.S. and in Europe. His work is held in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art and other important collections.
The painting has been professionally cleaned but has had no restoration to my knowledge. It is in very good condition with stable paint, and no flaking or chipping. There are a few areas of craquelure along the bottom and lower right hand side.
The frame is old and most likely original to the piece. It has been repainted by a previous owner.
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