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'Benevente', a Saddled Chestnut Racehorse in a Landscape, 1919, by James Lynwood Palmer (1867/8-1941)

'Benevente', a Saddled Chestnut Racehorse in a Landscape, 1919, by James Lynwood Palmer (1867/8-1941)

'Columcille', a Dark Bay Racehorse, Held by a Groom in a Landscape, 1938, by James Lynwood Palmer (1867/8-1941)

Morning Sun by Pauline Palmer, at the Rockford [IL] Art Museum------------------ After a while, all the thousands of pretty paintings of Pretty Ladies Reading / Sewing / Drinking Tea get to be a little much, but at least this one isn't already pinned to half the boards on Pinterest. Also, she's not doing any of those things. Also, Pauline Palmer was a Chicagoan.

"Chicago's Painter Lady" spent most of her summers in Provincetown, Massachusetts, which is the setting for this painting of The Clipper. The Clipper, Provincetown Pauline Palmer (1867-1938, American)

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