Painting Auction #48
This is the Rockland Harbor Breakwater, which is a 4,300-foot (1,300 m) breakwater which protects Rockland Harbor, and was completed in 1902. Just at the end you can see the old lighthouse. I was sitting down near the beginning, enjoying the piles of old granite. It’s a lovely walk out there to the end on a warm summer day, and is often a busy tourist attraction.
Below is how the painting might look if you framed it. This work is painted on oil primed linen and mounted on board.