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Thomas Waterman Wood

Thomas Waterman Wood (November 12, 1823 – April 14, 1903) was an American painter born in Montpelier, Vermont.In his copies, which were made with great care and a due appreciation of the masters, Wood exhibits the same broad range which is found in his other work. Between Murillo's Madonna of the Rosary and Charles Robert Leslie's Uncle Toby and Widow Wadman there is the greatest possible gulf. The first proves the deep conviction of the artist in the most sacred of human thoughts and the latter the great sense humor which so constantly found expression in his etchings, water colors and some of this genre paintings. In the Wood Collection at Montpelier there are 20 originals, 40 copies, seven water colors and 11 etchings, in all 78, a splendid and imposing example of thought, work and character of a single painter.

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