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Pompton Plains, New Jersey  1867

by Jasper Francis Cropsey

Cropsey had worked six years in England before returning to the United States in 1863, in the midst of the Civil War. At home his work in landscape shifted to spatial compositions such as "Battlefield at Gettysburg" (unlocated), "The Valley of Wyoming" (66.113), and "Pompton Plains, New Jersey". These pictures reflect not only the artist's patriotism but his renewed intere...
Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art