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Image:Lane Stage Rocks and Western Shore of Gloucester Outer Harbor.jpg|Rocks and Western Shore of Gloucester Outer Harbor by Fitz Hugh Lane, 1857.
 
Image:Lane Stage Rocks and Western Shore of Gloucester Outer Harbor.jpg|Rocks and Western Shore of Gloucester Outer Harbor by Fitz Hugh Lane, 1857.
 
Image:Whistler Crepuscule in Opal Trouville.jpg|Crepuscule in Opal Trouville, by [[James Whistler]], 1865.
 
Image:Whistler Crepuscule in Opal Trouville.jpg|Crepuscule in Opal Trouville, by [[James Whistler]], 1865.
Image:Bradford The Coast of Labrador.jpg|The Coast of Labrador by [[William Bradford]], 1866.
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Image:Bradford The Coast of Labrador.jpg|The Coast of Labrador by William Bradford, 1866.
 
File:Edward Moran, Statue of Liberty Arrives in New York Harbor, 1885.jpg|Edward Moran, [[Statue of Liberty]] Arrives in New York Harbor, 1885.
 
File:Edward Moran, Statue of Liberty Arrives in New York Harbor, 1885.jpg|Edward Moran, [[Statue of Liberty]] Arrives in New York Harbor, 1885.
 
File:Gloucester Harbor by William Morris Hunt, 1877.jpg|Gloucester Harbor by [[William Morris Hunt]], 1877.
 
File:Gloucester Harbor by William Morris Hunt, 1877.jpg|Gloucester Harbor by [[William Morris Hunt]], 1877.

Revision as of 11:12, 27 April 2014


American Marine Painting

Petite Gallery


Thomas Cole, The Voyage Of Life, Manhood, 1842.


I prefer maritime subjects mostly because I enjoy the way water reflects the sky, the coast, and the weather. It mirrors the shapes of objects on its surface and intensifies their light. I paint outdoors to capture the light first hand and bring out all the color and luminosity. LEONARD MIZEREK. [1]


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Thomas Kinkade Spirit of New York.