Flag of Knoxville - 1896 - Watercolor on paper - 10 x 12”
Courtesy of the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Painted by Lloyd Branson
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The first Appalachian Exposition was held September 12 to October 12, 1910, at Chilhowee Park. This is a public park, fairgrounds, and exhibition venue in east Knoxville, Tennessee. It was there Lloyd Branson received praise and adulation and a gold medal for his painting Hauling Marble.
In Knoxville, TN, at his Gay Street studio in 1891, he painted and displayed his artwork. Paintings were exhibited there and moved to New York City, Paris, and exhibited at the National Academy of Design with many other celebrated works.
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