Large watercolor painting scene
( probably maine or massachusets coast line)
by: Marjorie S Garfield
Large watercolor in original condition, estate fresh from
a southern gentleman whom passed here in the low country
35" by 29" outside frame dimensions
25" by 19.5" matt opening size
Mat must be replaced has lots of foxing however the painting is in quite good condition
A twentieth century Massachusetts painter, etcher and watercolorist, Marjorie Stuart Garfield studied art at Syracuse University under Henry B. Snell, Albert R. Thayer and George Pearse Ennis. During her career she received awards and prizes from the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club (1930), League of American Pen Women (1936 and 1946) and the Artists Association of Syracuse (1936 and 1937)
Marjorie Garfield's paintings and etchings were exhibited at such institutions as the Chicago Art Institute and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. She was a full member of The Rockport Art Association, the American Watercolor Society, Washington DC Watercolor Club and the National Association of Women Artists. Her fine art is today included in the permanent collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts, Dwight Art Gallery (Mt. Holyoke) and the University of Manitoba, Canada
Marjorie Garfield Watercolor Painting of Sea Shore
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|Dimensions||40.0 × 5.0 × 30.0 in|
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