Frederick Detwiller (American, 1882-1953) was a graduate of Lafayette College who went on to receive a law degree and study architecture in Paris, but decided to become a painter. His summer studio was in New Harbor, Maine, the setting of this painting. He also had a winter studio in Carnegie Hall in New York City. From 1948 until his death in 1953 he was the artist in residence at Lafayette College.
Detwiller held leadership positions within the Salmagundi Club, the Allied Artists of America Inc., the Artists of Carnegie Hall, the Lotus Club, and the Society of Independent Artists. His works have been acquired by some of the most prestigous collections in the world including the Smithsonian Institute, the City Museum of New York, the National Gallery, the Rijks Museum, Bibliotheque Nationale, and the New York Public Library.
The Gosnold Arms is a historic inn overlooking the harbor.
A significant and well documented work by an accomplished Maine artist.
The canvas measures 30 Inches x 40 Inches.
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