This nice impressionist landscape of a New Hampshire river was painted by American artist Charles Edwin Lewis Green (1844-1915). Green was born in Lynn, Massachusetts and became a regular exhibitor at the Boston Art Club and also took lessons there. In 1885, he moved to Boston where he and his close friend and artist Charles Woodbury committed themselves to making a living exclusively with fine art. They succeeded, and for several years, they were linked together as being non-European trained, stay-at-home artists with very similar impressionist styles and American subject matter. He was part of the seven “Lynn Beach Painters,” along with his friend, Charles Woodbury. Oil on canvas, signed lower right, title inscribed on verso stretcher “Parker River, Milton, NH,” and housed in a molded giltwood frame. Dimensions: 10” h x 14” w, actual; 14” h x 18” w, framed.