Behind the fish houses, Monhegan Island

2003

Although their are many great scenes on the island I wanted to find something that hadn’t been painted so frequently. As I was exploring behind the fish houses, I was pleased to find this scene. I liked that this view was mostly about the mundane life of the island. Lobster pots stored until needed and an old discarded rowboat furnished me with some interesting subject matter.

Width: 32"

Height: 24"

Depth: 1"

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