Live Oaks and Bayou Water Lilies
Alexander Drysdale's studio was located at 320 Exchange Place in New Orleans's French Quarter, and he studied with the city's best artists. Drysdale painted "Live Oaks and Bayou Water Lilies" in 1922.
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