Waterfront scene by H. Newton

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Waterfront scene by H. Newton

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Title:  

Waterfront scene by H. Newton
Date:
ca. 1950-1071
Creator:
Newton, Harold

Content Description: 

Painting. Oil painting, on canvas. A Highwaymen oil painting of a moonlit scene. It shows a Spanish-moss-hung large tree on the right beside a shrubby bank with two palm trees on a waters edge with a small tree and bushes to the left. There is an old dock on the right. The water (river?) is brightly lit by the moon glowing in the mossy tree. Three seagulls soar above the water. Low green banks are across the water. The scattered moonlight touches the foliage edges. The frame is made of trim molding, the front has distressed gray-white painting, the frame back is unpainted. There is a wire hanger nailed to the back.

Physical Description: 

W: 39 3/4" H: 27 3/4" (frame) W: 35 1/4" H: 23 1/4" (painting)

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2005M.022.001

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