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Tranquil-Hill The Seat of Mrs. Ann Waring, Near Dorchester, ca. 1805–1820

Tranquil-Hill The Seat of Mrs. Ann Waring, Near Dorchester, ca. 1805–1820

Tranquil-Hill The Seat of Mrs. Ann Waring, Near Dorchester, ca. 1805–1820
Unknown artist, possibly John Rose (1752/53–1820)
Watercolor on paper; 10 1/4 x 13 3/4 inches
Gibbes Museum of Art, Gift of Katherine Haskell McDermott and Mrs. James H. Lemons in memory of their grandmother, Mrs. Jennings Waring Perry (1972.019)
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