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Constant Troyon
French, 1810–1865
Going to Market on a Misty Morning
Oil on panel
Acquired by Sterling and Francine Clark, 1934

  "Oscar has lots to say when we look at this painting. 'Mooo brow wha' (brown and white cow) and 'baa wha' (white sheep) and 'die' (neigh, for horse) and 'wah' (walk, because they're on a walk). It's the first painting he chooses when we come to the museum."

Oscar Low, 19 months
As told to his mother, Molly H. Polk
Williamstown, Massachusetts


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