Afternoon Louisiana Swamp
In the early decade of the 1900s, Alexander Drysdale had begun to economize by painting on cardboard or paperboard and diluting oil paints with kerosene. This "Afternoon Louisiana Swamp," is painted in oil on academy board in 1915.
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