Carducius Plantagenet Ream


Carducius Plantagenet Ream (1838 - 1917) was an American still-life painter who specialized in fruit. He first expressed an interest in art at the age of ten, and most sources indicate that he was self-taught. In the late 1850s, he displayed some of his first works at a photography shop owned by R. B. Douglas in Cleveland. Around 1866, he moved to New York and sold some works at an auction in the Henry H. Leeds & Miner art gallery. In the 1870s he began a collaboration with the lithographer Louis Prang to create a series of works under the title "Desserts".

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