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Donald Vaughan (Mississippi/Tennessee, 1903-1975) oil on canvas landscape titled "Road to River, Memphis," depicting a rural road leading past a cabin to the edge of a river. Signed and dated "D. Vaughan '36" lower left. Titled en verso. Giltwood frame with painted rabbet edge and carved corner decorations. Canvas: 18" H x 24" W. Framed: 23" H x 29" W. Biography (credit: Michael Kelly): Donald Vaughan studied under Daniel Garber at the James Lee Memorial Academy of Arts in Memphis, Tennessee. He was active during the 1930s and early 1940s, producing works for the Federal Art Project (WPA). He specialized in bird subjects painted in tempera and gouache, and in rural Tennessee genre subjects painted in oil. Provenance: Estate of Carl Klein, Brentwood, TN. Condition: Canvas overall good condition with some light buckling; 2 small areas of craquelure/tenting lower right quadrant and 1 small area of same to upper right quadrant, all under 1/2" in length; some scattered extraneous white paint flecks (not losses).