Kayser's Pond, Maine

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John Bunyan Bristol, Kayser's Pond, Maine, n.d., oil on canvas, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Bequest of Martha L. Loomis

 In this painting, leafy green trees surround a lake in the foreground, with towering mountains looming through the haze. There is no official record of a pond named ​“Kayser’s” in Maine, so this image may depict one of three bodies of water in western Maine named ​“Kezar.” John Bunyan Bristol’s scenes of uninhabited landscapes probably appealed to urban art collectors who, like the artist, yearned to get away from city life.


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