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Beech Trees 

by William M. Snyder

Very different from the looser work of his contemporaries in this gallery, Snyder’s images are composed of tiny, jewel-like daubs of paint, creating a nearly dizzying level of detail. Snyder’s favorite subject matter was the beech forests in autumn near his home along the Ohio River in Madison, Indiana. He painted them with intense dedication to botanical accuracy rather t...
12-1/4 x 20 in.
Oil on fabric
Public Domain, Courtesy of the Indianapolis Museum of Art

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