A fine impressionist marine oil painting of a fishing boat with seagulls by American artist Harold Weston Arnold (b. 1904). Arnold was born in Chicago, studied in New York at Grand Central School of Art, New York Industrial School of Art, and the National Academy. He went on to become a consulting art director for manufacturers and advertising agencies including being in charge of illustrations for the Navy and Jordanoff Aviation Corporation during World War II. From 1959, he was Head of the Advertising Department and Assistant Director of the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Oil on artists board, signed lower left, title inscribed on verso “The Fishing Dragger Aubruy “M,” Back Cove, Maine,” along with a Salmagundi Club exhibition label, matted and framed in a silver painted wooden frame. A full biography of the artist is attached on verso. Dimensions: 11 1/2" H x 15 1/2" W actual, 19" H x 23" W, framed.
Howard Weston Arnold Marine Oil Painting, The Fishing Dragger Aubruy “M”, Back Cove, Maine
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