Paul Starrett Sample watercolor painting - Conn. River, Cornish, NH
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$1,400. Reduced from $1,895
Paul Starrett Sample (American, 1896-1974) - The Connecticut River at Cornish, New Hampshire. Watercolor painting. Circa 1940s-60s. Size: 10.5 inches x 13.5 inches (sight) Not examined out of the frame. Signed in the lower left. This atmospheric landscape painting captures the view looking north on the Connecticut River where a bridge crosses it, between Ascutney, VT and Claremont, NH. The shoreline along the right hand bank would be part of Cornish, New Hampshire. A graduate of Dartmouth College, Sample moved to New Hampshire in 1938 to become artist-in-residence at Dartmouth. There he resided in Norwich, VT and maintained a studio in Hanover. He is best known for his regional landscapes and depictions of rural life in New England. He was a member of the National Academy of Design, NYC, and illustrated for 'Life' magazine. He died in Norwich, VT in 1974.