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Late 19th century Orientalist landscape, depicting several figures, including a team of oxen, along a road lined with ruins and a mountain in the background. Signed illegibly lower left, A. Alberick (?). Late 20th century brass nameplate reading: Road To Damascus 10 BC, with old label for the J.J. Gillespie Gallery, Pittsburgh, en verso. Elaborate scroll-carved and pierced giltwood frame with ovolo molded rabbet edge. Canvas – 19 3/4" H x 32" W. Framed – 32" H x 45" W. Provenance: Estate of Dr. Kirkland Wiley Todd, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Lined, overall grime, aged varnish, and light craquelure. 1/4" area of flaking with possible overpaint in center sky area. Small area of possible restoration to center of road near bottom edge.