New York: Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St. 1862. First printing. Print. Attractive scene, the fore shore a rocky beach with a rowboat. Looking across the water, the steamboat the "Sylvan Grove" is visible as well as many masted ships. Large homes are visible on the opposite shore.
Fanny Palmer designed over 200 prints of American life and captured the nation’s imagination. Today, Palmer’s scenes of country living, outdoor recreation, national progress, and newsworthy events continue to rank among the most popular lithographs produced by Currier & Ives.
Lithograph, original color, couple of foxing spots in the sky and the top margin of the print. Somewhat tanned overall, "F.F. Palmer, del." printed in lower right corner. A pleasant copy. Item #23656