Bernard Lennon was born in Milton, Massachusetts, in 1914, and studied at The Massachusetts School of Art. Later, he lived in New York City, and in Gaylordsville, Connecticut, where he mentored students in Contemporary Impressionism. Lennon exhibited his works at The Parrish Art Museum, in Southampton, New York, and was known for his portrait, still life and landscape paintings.
"New England Spring Landscape" is a painterly work, full of color and loose brushwork. The work is a gouache on paper, and measures 4 1/4" x 6". It has been recently framed in a silver frame with cream colored matting. Framed size is 10 1/2" x 12 1/4". There is a bit of water staining on the back of the brown paper that the framer used to seal up the back of the painting, but otherwise, the painting and frame/matting are in good condition.
Item ID: RL-WBG-136
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