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A Portrait of the Steamer Penobscot

     

  
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Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Portrait of the Steamer Penobscot
Built in 1882 by Smith & Townsend at East Boston, Mass., the Penobscot was commissioned by the Boston & Bangor Steamship Company. First painted by C.R. Parsons in 1883, it became a popular lithograph published by Currier & Ives.
This anonymous oil on canvas dates from c. 1900 ins is set in its original gold frame (29 ½” by 47 ½” overall). The condition is flawless.
Ex. Collection Oscar Poriss.
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Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Portrait of the Steamer Penobscot
Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Portrait of the Steamer Penobscot
Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Portrait of the Steamer Penobscot
Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Portrait of the Steamer Penobscot
Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Portrait of the Steamer Penobscot

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