George H. Rothacker, 2011©
Collection of Richardson T. Merriman
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The peak of Neoclassicism in Havana with the construction of the Vedado district (begun in 1859). The whole neighborhood is littered with a set of well proportioned buildings. Many wealthy Habaneros took their inspiration from the French as can seen in the floret, doors and detailing in this painting.
|Painting prior to the addition of the woman||framed by the doorway.|