Black HeadArtist(s)Warren LombardObject Creation Date1931Medium & Supportetching on paperDimensions
4 15/16 in. x 4 in. ( 12.5 cm x 10.2 cm )Credit LineGift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. WhiteSubject matter
Lombard summered in Monhegan, Maine and developed much of his aesthetic and subject matter there. Monhegan was a well known artist colony that had existed since the mid-nineteenth century. This work features Blackhead, one of the cliffs in Monhegan that has been a popular subject for other artists such as Edward Hopper.
(further information from : https://newengland.com/today/travel/maine/edward-hopper-in-maine/)
Eva Caston 2017Physical Description
Print of forest pathway. Road is surrounded by tall sparse trees and leads to a body of water. Rocky coastline is visible in the distance.
Eva Caston 2017Primary Object ClassificationPrintCollection AreaWesternRights
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bodies of water (natural)
forests (plant communities)
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