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Childe Hassam  Oil on Canvas, 1909.   Old Lyme Studio I like this painting I think it is the gorgeous colours of spring with the aged homestead.

Childe Hassam Oil on Canvas, 1909. Old Lyme Studio I like this painting I think it is the gorgeous colours of spring with the aged homestead.

The Master Smith of Lyme Regis - £124.99 : Canvas Art, Oil Painting Reproduction, Art Commission, Pop Art, Canvas Painting

The Master Smith of Lyme Regis - £124.99 : Canvas Art, Oil Painting Reproduction, Art Commission, Pop Art, Canvas Painting

The Little Rose of Lyme Regis - £124.99 : Canvas Art, Oil Painting Reproduction, Art Commission, Pop Art, Canvas Painting

The Little Rose of Lyme Regis - £124.99 : Canvas Art, Oil Painting Reproduction, Art Commission, Pop Art, Canvas Painting

Hillside Road, Mystic, Connecticut - 1924 | Charles Harold Davis #American, 1856-1933 Medium: Painting - oil on canvas | Location: Florence Griswold Museum  (United States - Old Lyme, Connecticut)

Hillside Road, Mystic, Connecticut - 1924 | Charles Harold Davis #American, 1856-1933 Medium: Painting - oil on canvas | Location: Florence Griswold Museum (United States - Old Lyme, Connecticut)

To The Deep - 18 x 36 original mixed media painting by Mae Chevrette

Night Dive - 10" x 20" original nautical mixed media painting on canvas

The Lane (c.1893). Theodore Robinson (American, Impressionist, 1852-1895). Oil on canvas. High Museum of Art. Robinson spent his last years applying his Monet-inspired impressionism to the American scenery of Vermont and Connecticut. These late American works were favorably received by critics at his first one-man exhibition at the Macbeth Gallery in 1895.

The Lane (c.1893). Theodore Robinson (American, Impressionist, 1852-1895). Oil on canvas. High Museum of Art. Robinson spent his last years applying his Monet-inspired impressionism to the American scenery of Vermont and Connecticut. These late American works were favorably received by critics at his first one-man exhibition at the Macbeth Gallery in 1895.

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