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Fitz Henry Lane - Owls Head, Penobscot Bay Maine

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Artist: Fitz Henry Lane - Title: Owls Head, Penobscot Bay Main - Medium: Fine Art Giclee on Canvas - Image Size: Approximately 19.25 inches x 32 inches - Framed: Unframed on Unstretched Canvas - Biography: Fitz Henry Lane worked in both painting and lithography throughout his career, creating some of his finest works in his final years. He continued to return to his drawings for subject matter, often using them to create two, three, and sometimes four paintings of the same scene for various customers. Working in his studio overlooking Gloucester Harbor, Lane made subtle changes and refinements to each composition, including the fading light of sunset, the suggestion of an approaching storm, or the hull of a wrecked ship to add variety and interest to his paintings. Narrative detail disappeared from his canvases as time passed, often replaced with open sparse landscapes.
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Fitz Henry Lane - Owls Head, Penobscot Bay Maine

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Artist: Fitz Henry Lane - Title: Owls Head, Penobscot Bay Main - Medium: Fine Art Giclee on Canvas - Image Size: Approximately 19.25 inches x 32 inches - Framed: Unframed on Unstretched Canvas - Biography: Fitz Henry Lane worked in both painting and lithography throughout his career, creating some of his finest works in his final years. He continued to return to his drawings for subject matter, often using them to create two, three, and sometimes four paintings of the same scene for various customers. Working in his studio overlooking Gloucester Harbor, Lane made subtle changes and refinements to each composition, including the fading light of sunset, the suggestion of an approaching storm, or the hull of a wrecked ship to add variety and interest to his paintings. Narrative detail disappeared from his canvases as time passed, often replaced with open sparse landscapes.
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