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Panoramic Tennessee landscape watercolor painting by Lloyd Freeman (California/Tennessee, 1874 – 1930) depicting a meadow scene with trees in the foreground and grazing cows in the background, most likely East Tennessee. Pencil signed lower left and housed in gilt wooden frame. Lloyd Freeman was the nephew of well known Knoxville artist Lloyd Branson (18531925). Sight – 9-1/2" H x 17" W. Framed – 15-5/8" H x 23-3/8" W. Provenance: Descended through the Knoxville family of Nell Thompson Denton and Fred G. Denton, Sr. who lived at 1970 Branson Ave. in Knoxville from 1918 to about 1950. Another family member, Barbara Thompson Kizer, also lived on Branson Ave. and was also a painter. It is believed that the original owners might have acquired the painting through her association with Lloyd Branson and Lloyd Freeman. Condition: Watercolor is in overall very good condition with some slight abrasions to frame.