An Eye for Maine: Paintings from a Private Collection

by Donelson Hoopes

 



 

About the author

Donelson Hoopes is an independent art historian. He is the former director of the Thomas Cole Foundation in Catskill, New York and has written books on the watercolors of Homer, Sargent, and Eakins as well as the book American Watercolor Painting (New York: Watson-Guptill, 1977). He is co-author of Maine and its Role in American Art (1963).

 

RL editor's note:

Resource Library wishes to extend its appreciation to Ms. Mary Sesak and Ms. Suzette McAvoy of the Farnsworth Art Museum for assistance in obtaining information on this essay and permission to reprint it.

 

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