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Quick’s Hole, Nashawena Island
By Albion Harris Bicknell
Oil on canvas; 20″ x 27″
1837 – 1915
Born in Turner, Maine, he moved to Boston and studied art at the Lowell Institute around 1855. From about 1860 to 1862, he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Thomas Couture. In 1864 Bicknell established a studio in Boston and began exhibiting at the Boston Athenaeum annually. He helped found the Allston Club in 1866 Albion Harris Bicknell’s work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging up to $10,000 USD, sold at Sotheby’s New York in 2011. His art is in the collections of The Met and The Smithsonian.
Early Evening on The Cape
By Kendall Klingbeil
Oil on linen; 22″ x 28″
Pound Ridge, NY
Kendall Klingbeil is an artist of seemingly unlimited versatility. Her landscapes, abstracts, still lifes, murals, portraits of people and animals are enthusiastically embraced by collectors. The “New York Times” describes her as an “energy painter whose works make people feel good.”
Some of Kendall’s patrons have included John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Richard Gere, Dr. Robin Cook, and Lord and Lady Walton. She currently works from a studio in Pound Ridge, NY.
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