My name is ***** ***** I'm happy to help. Can you upload a photo of this painting for me?
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Jasper Francis Cropsey (1823 - 1900) was a well-known member of the Hudson River School of artists. He was active and lived in New York. Jasper Cropsey is known for Autumnal landscapes, allegorical paintings and botanics.
Your painting is one of his landscapes. If it is a genuine Cropsey oil on canvas, it is valuable. His similar paintings are currently selling at auction in the range of $85,000.
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