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[photo] [Mount Adams from the Yakima River 2]
Photo credit: William K. Dick
Medium: oil on canvas
Size: 20 x 36 in (51 x 91 cm)
Inscription: l/r, "F Schafer" indistinct in photograph
Provenance: With VJNN Antiques, Oakland; to private collection, San Francisco, in 1970; with Carlson Gallery, San Francisco, 1983. with Sherburne Antiques and Fine Arts, Inc., Olympia, Washington, c. 1990.
Reproductions: William K. Dick photo #50 (color, undated)
Site: May be either Mount Adams or Mount Rainier, Washington.
Description: The isolated, round-topped, snow-capped mountain below a hazy blue sky is the only thing that extends above a flat horizon to the left. A wide, bright, river enters from behind trees on the right bank and leaves on the left, reflecting the bright sky above. On a point extending out from the right bank of the river is an Indian encampment, with a tepee, a campfire, and figures sitting next to racks with drying fish. Two birds are in flight, silhouetted against the river. On the right a grove of trees stands silhouetted against the sky; two separated trees of almost equal height stand above the rest. (From a color photograph.)
Identification: Assigned, descriptive title, based on the similarity of this painting to [Mount Adams from the Yakima River 1].
In index(es): Title list, Indian encampments as incidental subjects, miscellaneous other well-known landmarks, Mount Rainier

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