This was my first time repairing holes in canvas, so I still need to go back in with heat gun to see if i can melt down the wax and resin that I used to bond the patch. and maybe give the white pieces on the back a brown coat of paint to be a little less conspicuous.
There is label on the back that reads "286 Westminster st, Providence RI. Charles Hagan" when I googled this information, I found a gallery that was open in 1870 in Providence that did restoration, framing, and gilting. There is a matching frame that came with the piece, so it is likely that the frame was made at the Charles Hagan Gallery. There is no signature from the artist, but I am hoping to contact the Providence Art Club, or a historical society to see if I can find any more information about the painting, maybe a possible artist with a similar style or series that could lead to a higher value when I sell the piece.
Some other images of the process.