Photo Credit: photo: J. Giammatteo
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On the Road (Landscape with Sheep)ca. 1890
353 x 509 mm (13.9 x 20 in.)
John Austin Sands Monks, American, (1850–1917)
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- sheet Dimensions: 353 x 509 mm (13.9 x 20 in.)
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John Austin Sands Monks, American, (1850–1917) . On the Road (Landscape with Sheep), ca. 1890. sheet : 353 x 509 mm (13.9 x 20 in.). DAC accession number 1969.37.2. Gift of Wyman W. Parker (Caleb T. Winchester Librarian, 1956–1976), 1969. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: J. Giammatteo) .
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