A large 19th century oil on canvas of American Frontier Life, Possibly Missouri. Landscape with a cabin in foreground, cows, tree, pioneers. Also with rolling hills, a sailboat and farmers in distance. Very reminiscent of the Hudson River School but more in line with the Luminist Style of George Caleb Bingham (1811-1879). George Caleb Bingham, (born March 20, 1811, Augusta County, Virginia, U.S.—died July 7, 1879, Kansas City, Missouri), American frontier painter noted for his landscapes, his portraits, and especially his representations of Midwestern river life.
- Height: 17.33 in (44 cm)
- Width: 21.66 in (55 cm)
- Depth: 0.79 in (2 cm)
Style: Romantic (Of the Period)
Materials and Techniques: Paint,Hand-Painted
Place of Origin: United States
Period: 19th Century
Date of Manufacture: 1860-1880
Condition: GoodAdditions or alterations made to the original: Oil on Canvas, now professionally mounted to artist masonite. Modern Frame. Only minor inpainting. Craquelure consisted with age and period. Wear consistent with age and use.