Artists from around the world have been captivated by the beauty of the Virgin Islands.
In 1905, the Danish artist, Hugo Larsen visited when the islands were known as the Danish West Indies.
This pretty painting he created, with its muted greens and browns, is beautiful.
It's on a path high above the town of Charlotte Amalie.
Those who viewed his paintings in those days were amazed at the "true to life" images which he transferred onto canvas.
Sharing Larsen's art today helps keep the island's history alive.
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Size available: 7" x 5", Framed Print