Forest at Fontainebleau
by Leon Kroll c. 1906
15 1/2" x 23 1/2"
Kroll painted Fontainebleau in 1906 and named it for the famous royal forest outside of Paris, which is noted for its handsome old oak trees and its proximity to the Seine. The painting was rumored to be one of Kroll’s wife’s favorites.
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