William Graham (1831/32 – 1911) Orientalist Painting of Cairo. Titled and Signed lower left. Oil on Canvas. It is known from his titles that he painted in Venice and other parts of Italy, Holland, Egypt, San Francisco and New York State; exhibiting at the Boston Art Club, the National Academy and the Pennsylvania Academy. Certainly, Venice was one of his favorite places to paint, with St. Marks Cathedral one of his greatest interests.
Venetian Scenes by Graham are found in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the New York Historical Association, Cooperstown; and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia.
Sight Size: 18 x 10 in.
Overall Size: 26 x 18 in.