Friday, 14 August 2009

Here's another New England painting to whet your appetite for the September exhibition at The Richmond Hill Gallery.
This one is 'Boats at Stonington'.
Stonington is on Deer Island in the north of Penobscot Bay and is so called because it was once the site of a massive stone quarry. Stone from here was used to build the Brooklyn Bridge. These days Stonington is a lobster fishing town.

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