Two original 1930s watercolor paintings by a listed English American artist William F. Paskell (1866-1951). William F. Paskell moved to Boston from native England, where he became part of the Boston art community and is considered to be the last artist of the White Mountain School of Painters. His works were exhibited at Boston Art School.
These are 2 gorgeous plein air scenes with elements of impressionism, in vivid colors and wonderful atmosphere! Both are framed and under glass, signed in lower left corner. One frame (mountain view) has some edge damages. Still very presentable and ready to hang.
CONDITION: very good
SIZE: each measures 10" x 14" bare painting / 20.5" x 24.5" with frame
INFO: both signed in lower left
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