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Henry Hammond Gallison (Massachusetts/Italy, 1850-1910) oil on canvas landscape painting depicting a walking path winding through a field, a town and church steeple visible in the background beneath a cloudy sky. Signed "H H Gallison" lower right. Clara Combs Studio, Memphis, TN label with ink inscription of previous owner, en verso of frame. Housed in a giltwood frame with laurel leaf and lamb's tongue running patterns. Sight: 34 3/4" H x 44 1/2" W. Framed: 46" H x 55 1/2" W. Biography: Henry Gallison was born in Boston but traveled around the world where he painted and exhibited landscape scenes. He was a pupil of Yves Bonnefoy in Paris, and obtained awards for works exhibited in Turin, in the Salon of French Artists in Paris, for the Universal Exposition of 1900. Throughout his career, he depicted wide-reaching landscapes like this one that capture the expanse of his surroundings. The estate of David B. Person, Historic Burton Place, Holly Springs, Mississippi. Condition: Overall good condition with faint stretcher mark across top of canvas. Canvas has been relined. Two areas of repair, largest 7" x 8", visible en verso with corresponding areas of inpainting. Frame with areas of loss, largest 3/4" to gilt, age shrinkage.