A circa late 1920's Landscape Watercolor by Boston Artist Charles Gerald Griffin (1846 - 1945). Known for Realism, Representational, this fall composition measures approximately seven inches by ten and is mounted and framed in a very handsome period wood frame measuring twelve and three quarters by fifteen and three quarters overall. Signed on the mat on the lower right. It is in excellent ready to hang condition.
Founder of Griffin's Art Store in 1897, Charles Griffin lived in New Bedford, Massachusetts. He exhibited at the New Bedford Art Association, and his work is at the Old Dartmouth Historical Society. At the end of his life, he was known for his photography, landscape painting, and show card designs.
Source: Who Was Who in American Art by Peter Falk