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Sit back and relax. It won’t take long to reach Washington, D.C.
Street Scene with Hansom Cab, 1887, oil on canvas by Frederick Childe Hassam, American impressionist and illustrator.
Hassam opened his own magazine illustration studio in New work and worked in watercolor, oil, etching and lithograph.