File:Cole Thomas Romantic Landscape with Ruined Tower 1832-36.jpg
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|Thomas Cole: Romantic Landscape with Ruined Tower|
Romantic Landscape with Ruined Tower
|Medium||oil on board|
|Collection||Albany Institute of History and Art|
1965.1 (Albany Institute of History & Art)
|References||described at URL: http://www.albanyinstitute.org/details/items/ruined-tower-mediterranean-coast-scene-with-tower.html|
|Source/Photographer||The Athenaeum, Albany Institute of History and Art|
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