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Attributed to Harvey Joiner (Kentucky/Indiana,1852-1932) oil on canvas laid on board landscape of dirt road running through field with sunlight breaking through trees. Unsigned. Sight: 4-1/8"H x 8-1/8" W. Frame: 10-1/2"H x 14-3/8"W. Biography (courtesy Who Was Who In American Art): At age 16, Indiana-born Harvey Joiner began sketching scenes of African-Americans on the Mississippi River Boats, and by 1880, he had established a studio in Louisville, Kentucky. He is best known for his scenes of Kentucky beech woods, although he also painted allegorical subjects and portraits, including portraits of the first five governors of Indiana. Provenance – Lexington, Kentucky area collection. Condition: Overall very good condition. Some surface grime. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Some surface grime.