The Delaware Water Gap about 1857
This view is of the Delaware River, which flows between Pennsylvania and New Jersey, two of the original 13 states of what was to become the United States of America. We are positioned on the Pennsylvania side of the river, below the Delaware Water Gap, an area where the river has carved a large ridge through the Appalachian Mountains.
Dimensions 90.5 × 138.5 cm
George Inness was a prominent American landscape painter. One of the most influential American artists of the nineteenth century
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