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Winter Beach at Dawn

Susan Calloway Fine Arts

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Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Good; one patch on verso, minor crackling
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
oil on canvas
Size:
30" L x 1" W x 25" H
Color/Finish:
blue/multi

Why We Love This

New England seascape by German-born American artist Ernest Meyer (1863-1952). Meyer studied painting with John Henry Twachtman and William Meritt Chase. He exhibited at the National Academy of Design in New York and the Boston Art Club, and was a member of the Connecticut Academy of the Fine Arts in Hartford and the Salmagundi Club in New York. Signed lower right corner and dated 1952, the year of his death. Unframed.
As described by Susan Calloway Fine Arts

About Susan Calloway Fine Arts

Since opening her gallery in Washington, D.C., almost 20 years ago, Susan Calloway has developed a following that ranges from young couples buying their first “real” work of art to celebrated interior designers like Tom Pheasant and Frank Babb Randolph. Works from the gallery’s fine-art collection have appeared in every major American design publication from Architectural Digest to Veranda.