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File:Brooklyn Museum - Niagara Falls - Arthur Parton - overall.jpg

Title Niagara Falls
Date circa 1880
Medium transparent watercolor and opaque watercolor on cream, thick, moderately textured wove paper
Dimensions 53.3 × 75.4 cm (21 × 29.7 in)
Accession number 70.174
Credit line gift of the Henfield Foundation, Inc.
Notes Signature bottom right: Arthur Parton
Source/Photographer Online Collection of Brooklyn Museum; Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 70.174_SL1.jpg
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