Harbor scene with a light house by William Henry Coffin, 1886 ( SOLD )
William Henry Coffin was probably the son of William Coffin, Jr. who advertised art instruction in the Nantucket Inquirer (1824-1828). He lived on Nantucket Island until c. 1863 and maintained ties with the Island through out his later life. No record has been found of his death but Dorothy Brewington in her Dictionary of Marine Artists says that he was active until 1898. He was primarily a marine painter, though he may have painted other genre. This fine oil on canvas is signed and dated 1886 in the lower right hand corner. Our item # 12647
FRAMED: HEIGHT: 20 in | WIDTH: 28 in
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CONDITION: In a period gilt on wood frame. some craquelure .