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1970.692 (RS115506)

Description

Rectangular black walnut frame containing photograph of oil painting by Robert Wilson portraying a classical statue in ruins and rural scene. Entitled “Omar's Rose” and dedicated to Constance Holt/ Based on the lines “I sometimes think that never blows so red the rose, as where some buried Caesar bled” by Omar Khayyam.

Details

Maker
Reproduction of Wilson, Robert Burns (Painter)
Date
1909
Location of origin
USA
Associated Building
Original to Roseland Cottage (Woodstock, Conn.).
Material
crystoleums (photographs)
Object type
Art
Descriptive terms
Chromophotograph
crystoleums (photographs)
Literature
photographs
Print, Photographic
prints (visual works)
Ruin
ruins
People and organizations
Holt, Constance, 1879-1968
Khayyam, Omar
Dimensions
22.625 x 28.625 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1970.692
Credit Line
Gift of Margaret Carson Holt
GUSN
64498

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