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Throughout his career John Peto was overshadowed by the success of William H. Harnett, to whom many of his works have been attributed. Peto met Harnett during his years of training in Philadelphia, after which he spent most of his life living between Toms River and Island Heights. It was in these locations that he was primarily active and best known, and his works hung on the walls of almost all the local homes and clubs according to one of the obituaries published after his death. Read more...
- 63.7 x 76.1 cm
- Oil on canvas
- © Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid. Exhibited on USEUM for Scholarly use.
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