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Charles Louis Fleischmann (American, 19th century) plantation landscape depicting house with white fence and carraige approaching, cows grazing in the foreground. Watercolor on paper, signed lower left and dated 1886. Probably original molded giltwood frame. Label en verso identifies the subject as "William O' Neale's farm Rockville, Montgomery County Maryland, G. S. Fisher of Jennie E. Dove." Sight – 13-1/2" H x 16-1/2" W. Framed – 19-1/2" H x 22-1/2" W. Biography (courtesy of Askart): A painter and illustrator of German origin, Charles Fleischmann settled in the Washington DC area and was active there in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He painted primarily agricultural subjects, and many of his paintings are in the collection of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. His work is also on view at the National Arboretum, the Fruit Laboratory and the National Agricultural Library in Beltsville Maryland. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: Retains original wood plank backing. Scattered scratches and smudges, tears at lower center edge (between and under cows), wear and losses to frame.