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Catalogue of the collections of the American Art Association to be absolutely sold by auction to settle the estate of the late RAustin Robertson; part first . s a grand brown cow. The powerful frameand perfect proportions of the animal denote it to be a model ofits race. It was the artists practice each summer, when he wentinto the country to renew his studies, to purchase the finest cattlewhich he could obtain, and this is said to have been one of hisfavorite models. Signed at the right. Canvas. Height, 23 inches; length, 33inches. From the sale of the artists studii). THEODORE ROUSSEAU. 1 38

Catalogue of the collections of the American Art Association to be absolutely sold by auction to settle the estate of the late RAustin Robertson; part first . s a grand brown cow. The powerful frameand perfect proportions of the animal denote it to be a model ofits race. It was the artists practice each summer, when he wentinto the country to renew his studies, to purchase the finest cattlewhich he could obtain, and this is said to have been one of hisfavorite models. Signed at the right. Canvas. Height, 23 inches; length, 33inches. From the sale of the artists studii). THEODORE ROUSSEAU. 1 38 Stock Photo
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Catalogue of the collections of the American Art Association to be absolutely sold by auction to settle the estate of the late RAustin Robertson; part first . s a grand brown cow. The powerful frameand perfect proportions of the animal denote it to be a model ofits race. It was the artists practice each summer, when he wentinto the country to renew his studies, to purchase the finest cattlewhich he could obtain, and this is said to have been one of hisfavorite models. Signed at the right. Canvas. Height, 23 inches; length, 33inches. From the sale of the artists studii). THEODORE ROUSSEAU. 1 38 A PLAIN IN BERRL—SUNSET. Along the horizon of a vast plain, a sullen and sinister reflec-tion of the sunset dies under sombre cloud-banks heavy withstorm. The whole plain is already enveloped in the obscurity offalling night and darkening weather. In the foreground, at theleft, two figures are dimly seen in the gloom. Signed in full at the left. Panel. Height, 1Q% inches; length,25 inches. Collection of M. Ehrler, who bought it in 1872 for M. FrancisPetit, the well-known Paris export. <j*- OHj PAINTINGS N. V. DIAZ. 139 THE FAGGOT GATHERER. 88 Ah^. A grassy plain is illuminated by sunlight in the middleground,in which are a clump of small trees at the right, and single treesat the left. A low range of hills forms the horizon, and the skyis humid with an impending shower. The shadow of a cloudrests on the foreground, in the center of which is a pool of water.A woman in a red dress, with a white shawl, carrying a bundle offaggots, passes across the plain near the pool. Signed in full at the left. Panel. Height, 9 inches; length,13 inches. Collection of 31. Faure, Paris, 1886. JULES DUPRE. 140 AUTUMN. At the right, upon a rising bank, a peasant woman watchesthree cows which descend into the water to drink. At the leftof the little river is a farm. Evidences of autumn reveal them-selves in the color of the foliage. Painted on a panel. Height, 10% inches; length, 13V4 inches. C