People looking vaguely classical while getting out and about. American. Edwin Blashfield, artist. Living from 1848 to 1936, he painted pictures and murals. Did the murals on the dome of the Library of Congress Main Reading Room in Washington, DC.

"A Roman Wedding Procession." 20th c.
“A Roman Wedding Procession.” 20th c. American. Image © 2019 Heritage Auctions. Fair use license. via https://fineart.ha.com/itm/fine-art-painting-american/edwin-howland-blashfield-american-1848-1936-a-roman-wedding-processionoil-on-canvas20-1-2-x-41-1-2-inches/a/5330-69104.s
"The Festival of Spring." 1890.
“The Festival of Spring.” 1890. In the public domain. via https://www.amazon.com/Blashfield-Festival-Collection-Unframed-Reproduction/dp/B07JC1RH41
"Westward." Mural in the from the Iowa State Capitol.
“Westward.” Mural in the from the Iowa State Capitol that depicts the migration of early pioneers traveling through Iowa. 20th c. Mural. Public domain. via https://americangallery19th.wordpress.com/tag/dante/
Study for "Minnesota, Granary of the World." 1904.
Study for “Minnesota, Granary of the World.” 1904. Collection of the National Academy of Design, New York. Image © 2019 meisterdrucke.uk. Fair use license. via https://www.meisterdrucke.uk/fine-art-prints/Edwin-Howland-Blashfield/633897/Study-for-Minnesota,-Granary-of-the-World,-1904-.html
"Religious Toleration: Lord Baltimore commending his people to Wisdom, Justice, and Mercy." 1905.
“Religious Toleration: Lord Baltimore commending his people to Wisdom, Justice, and Mercy.” 1905. Image © © November 02, 2005 Maryland State Archives. Fair use license. via https://msa.maryland.gov/msa/speccol/sc5500/sc5590/html/religious_toleration.html
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