Summary: Letter from Bowers in Richmond, Surrey [England] to William E. Ransom in New York, in which Bowers states that he is glad that Ransom liked Bower's painting, "for it is (though I say it) one of my best examples of River Scenery," and describes the point near Stratford-on-Avon depicted in the painting.
Painter (Richmond, Surrey, England)
Donated 1968 by MacMurry College.
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