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"Peaches, Grapes, and Cherries" is a still life painting by George Henry Hall. Hall was a highly successful American still-life painter in the nineteenth century. He grew up in Boston, studied art in France and Italy, and settled in New York. He exhibited his art widely in the United States.
Still life paintings were an arena for artists to show their technical skill in replicating objects and textures like juicy-looking grapes and peach fuzz, for example. And scenes of abundance, like this painting, were seen as suitable art for the dining rooms of affluent homes.