Pennington Mills, Jones Falls, Baltimore, Looking Downstream by Francis Guy
Francis Guy, American (1753-1820)
Pennington Mills, Jones Falls, Baltimore, Looking Downstream

c. 1804, Oil on Canvas
Private Bequest, MSA SC 4680-10-0029

This landscape view painted by Guy is thought to be the Taggert House and Mr. Pennington's mills from the new bridge over the Jones Falls. It was painted by English-born artist Francis Guy, who took up residence in Baltimore around 1798 and remained there until 1817.

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