Watercolor on paper painting, 12 1/2" by 15 1/4" , 21" by 23 3/4" framed with unusually nice drawn matting, signed at lower left and dated there 1920 by English-born artist who emigrated to America, HARRY DeMAINE (1880-1951). DeMaine was born in Liverpool, and received art education in London and Paris. After World War I he came to the United States, establishing himself in New York, where he exhibited widely and became a member of the New York Watercolor Society, American Watercolor Society, and Salmagundi Club. For much of the thirty years in the US, he spent time on Cape Ann in Massachusetts, at the Gloucester and Rockport artist colony. This scene appears to be a scene of that area, painted in the year 1920, right after he came to America. Condition is excellent, with fresh colors. Ready to hang on the wall.
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