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House in Annapolis


Annapolis street scene showing a two-story house with yellow clapboard on first floor, a brown-shingled second floor and roof with dormer windows. To the right is a one-story gray building with open door and a two-story red building. A red brick sidewalk is lain in front of the houses underneath a cloudy blue sky. This painting is attributed to Thomas Ruckle Sr (1776-1853), a house and sign painter and amateur artist.


circa 1800

Contributor(s) Notes

Attributed to Thomas Ruckle Sr (1776-1853)


Oil on canvas

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Gift of Dr. Michael A. Abrams

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Digital resource provided by the Maryland Center for History and Culture


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