From 1905 until 1910 Kent lived on Monhegan Island, Maine, where he painted this scene. Despite the relatively serene conditions, Kent imbued the landscape with a sense of drama and magnitude. The broad brushstrokes showcase the influence of Kent’s teachers William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri. [source]
- 38 x 44 in.
- Oil on canvas
- Courtesy of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, by permission of Plattsburgh State Art Museum, Rockwell Kent Gallery and Collection
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