George M. Hathaway, American, (1852-1903).
George Hathaway, a native New Englander and marine painter, was apparently self-taught.
He is remembered for his intimate views of the northeast coastline. He also spent a great
deal of time in Portland, Maine, painting the well-known Portland Head Lighthouse and
other marine locales along the Maine coast.
Hathaway's paintings are included in the collections of The Farnsworth Art Museum,
Rockland, ME, the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA, and The Mariner's Museum, Newport
News, VA, and the Kendall Whaling Museum, New Bedford, MA.
"Bug Light, entrance to Portland Harbor."
Signed lower left.
Oil on canvas. 12" x 16"
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