Interlocking with large knob cut. Unknown maker. Picture is by well known artist Hy Hintermeister. John Henry Hintermeister (1869-1945) was a Swiss-born American artist, a "well-known illustrator and a painter of American historical scenes," who created paintings for calendars and advertising illustration for the American Art Works company, Brown & Bigelow, Church and Dwight, Louis F. Dow, Kemper-Thomas, the Osborne Co., and Thomas D. Murphy. He was the father of another illustrator, Henry Hintermeister. Both men used the signature Hy Hintermeister, causing confusion among collectors. The two worked together, producing more than 1050 illustrations. Wikipedia. So this scene could have been painted by either one or both!