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Relationships
Place
Lemon Hill
People
Henry Pratt
Keyword relationships
Associated: Cascade/Cataract/Waterfall
Associated: Conservatory
Associated: Park
Associated: Picturesque
Associated: Public garden/Public ground
Associated: Seat
Associated: Shrubbery
Associated: Terrace/Slope
Associated: View/Vista
Associated: Wood/Woods
Attributed: Canal
Attributed: Lawn
Attributed: Pavilion
Information
Creator
Thomas Birch
Date
1821
Title
Fairmount Water Works
Inscription
Medium
oil on canvas
Dimensions
51.1 x 76.3 cm
Reference
Date of Publication
Reference Title
Volume
Edition
Page
Figure
Repository
Zotero ID

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Thomas Birch, Fairmount Water Works, 1821, oil on canvas, 20 1/8 x 30 1/16 in. (51.1 x 76.3 cm). Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia.

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