Beautiful oil painting titled "Clam Diggers" with a quiet ocean inlet scene with boats and young boys by George Herbert McCord (American, 1848-1909). McCord was born in New York City and lived and worked in Brooklyn most of his life although he traveled widely. He was part of the second generation of Hudson River School painters. He studied at the Hudson River Institute, the Claverack Academy in Claverack, New York and with Samuel Morse and James Fairman. By 1870, he was exhibiting at the National Academy of Design. McCord is best known for landscape and marine painting. Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Housed in its original exhibition gilded frame. Measurements: 22"h x 36"w actual; 32.5"h x 48.5"w framed.
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