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Rudolph Ingerle (American, 1879-1950), oil on canvas landscape painting, titled "On the Banks of the Tuckasegee,". Housed in giltwood molded frame with acanthus carvings at corners. Sight – 29 1/2" H x 24 1/2" W. Framed – 37" H x 32" W. Artist Biography: Ingerle, sometimes called 'The Painter of the Smokies', was born to a Moravian family, immigrated to the U.S. as a child and studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. He was an early founder of the Indiana School of Painting in Brown County and the Society of Ozark Painters. Ingerle first visited the Smoky Mountains in 1920 and fell in love with Eastern Tennessee and Western North Carolina. At that time, the natural beauty of the area was threatened by logging companies. Ingerle painted numerous landscapes there and is among the artists credited with raising awareness of the need for protection, which helped result in the establishment of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in 1934. His work was exhibited in one man shows at the Mint Museum and Hickory Museum of Art during his lifetime, and was featured in the 2006 Art of Tennessee exhibit at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Provenance: Private Nashville, TN collection. CONDITION: Painting in overall very good condition with a few scattered inclusions to mountain areas, frame with some losses to gilt at lower right corner.