"Mount Hood," Monumental Oil on Canvas by Cyrus Adams Reed (1825 –1910), the painting circa 1875. A rare and historic painting by one of oregon's very early statesmen. This very large painting was shown at the Portland Art Museum in the late 1800's. Housed in the original & magnificent gilded frame.
Cyrus Adams Reed, he became the first adjutant general for the state of Oregon in 1852, and elected a member of the Oregon Legislative Assembly in 1862. Reed was born June 5th, 1825, in Manchester, New Hampshire. He came to Portland in 1849, and married Lucinda Coffin, daughter of General Stephen Coffin, shortly thereafter. Reed was one of Oregon's first Renaissance men, he held a number of positions of high office and was responsible for the building of the Reed Opera House in Salem Oregon. A fine & early monumental painting of Oregon's iconic Mt. Hood circa 1875.
60" wide X 40" tall at sight
152.5 cm X 101.5 cm
76" wide X 52" tall X 6" deep framed
193 cm X 132 cm X 15 cm
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