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Choose from 11 pictures in our A Measom collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Arched Rock by Moonlight, 1872. Creator: A. Measom
Arched Rock by Moonlight, 1872. Creator: A. Measom
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The Potomac, from Maryland Heights, 1872. Creator: A. Measom
The Potomac, from Maryland Heights, 1872. Creator: A. Measom
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The Mississippi at New Orleans, 1872. Creator: A. Measom
The Mississippi at New Orleans, 1872. Creator: A. Measom
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Sugar-Loaf Rock - (West Side), 1872. Creator: A. Measom
Sugar-Loaf Rock - (West Side), 1872. Creator: A. Measom
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Passaic Falls, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
Passaic Falls, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
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Donner Lake, Nevada, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
Donner Lake, Nevada, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
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Ferry at Renovo, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
Ferry at Renovo, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
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Breakwater, Ramapo, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
Breakwater, Ramapo, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
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Ramapo River, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
Ramapo River, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
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Washington Rock, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
Washington Rock, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
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Eagle Rock, Orange, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
Eagle Rock, Orange, 1874. Creator: A. Measom
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Ramapo River, 1874. Creator: A. Measom Featured Image

Ramapo River, 1874. Creator: A. Measom

Ramapo River, 1874. View of the Ramapo, a tributary of the Pompton River, northern New Jersey, USA. ...the Ramapo offers many attractions. The stream, in its numerous curves, constantly presents fresh points of view. The hills - sometimes abrupt, sometimes rolling - here and there recede from the river's edge, leaving grassy fields or rocky plateaus, on either of which it is a pleasure to stroll...The sails on the river add to the variety of the scene; the fisherman's row-boat imparts to it notable life and vivacity; and the wreathed smoke of the locomotive does not seem wholly inharmonious. In fact, the railroad-train has become quite a prominent incident in our river-scenery. Railroads naturally follow the river-courses, and they give to the wildest and most unfrequented valleys a touch of human life and interest which greatly adds to the effect of mountain solitudes'. From "Picturesque America; or, The Land We Live In, A Delineation by Pen and Pencil of the Mountains, Rivers, Lakes...with Illustrations on Steel and Wood by Eminent American Artists" Vol. II, edited by William Cullen Bryant. [D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1874]

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