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Cornelius Hankins (American/Mississippi/Tennessee, 1863-1946), Impressionist style oil on board painting of a New Orleans courtyard. Signed lower left. Devoe and Raynolds artist board label en verso. Matte textured giltwood frame. 8" H x 11" W sight, 12" H x 15" W framed. Provenance: by descent from the estates of Thomas and Peggy Connor, Nashville, Tennessee. Note: Mississippi-born artist Cornelius Hankins studied in Nashville with Professor E.M. Gardner, founder of the Nashville Art Association, and George Chambers. He also studied with Robert Henri, leader of the Ashcan School, and with William Merritt Chase in New York. He was active for much of his career in the Nashville area and in Richmond, Virginia. Condition: Overall good condition with some light grime. A few miniscule scattered flakes along right side. Note: the white spots under the window appear to be painted white flowers, not paint losses.