Ogden Pleissner signed print The Battenkill at Benedict's Crossing
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Ogden Pleissner (1905-1983) was a landscape and sporting artist, who was an illustrator during World War II. He was a passionate outdoorsman and angler who spent many years in Vermont. He depicted many of his favorite fishing spots, including the Benedict’s Crossing on the Battenkill. The mounted size is 22” x 26”.
Donated by Tony Perry
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