SOLD ITEM 2000 - Margaret Miller Cooper Oil Painting River Boats Hamburg Cove Connecticut

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Old Lyme School,This oil on canvas intitled "River Boats, Hamburg Cove, Connecticut by artist Margaret Miller Cooper (1874-1965)" The oil on canvas shows the Upper Bay and Czikowskys Hill in 1935. The oil on canvas of Hamburg Cove measures 34 and one half inches wide and 29 and one half inches tall with the frame and canvas measures 29 and one half inches wide and 24 and one half inches tall. River Boats, Hamburg Cove (Connecticut) by M(ARGARET MILLER) COOPER Painter, born 1874, Terryville, CT, died 1965. Addresses: New Britain, CT, and Old Lyme, CT. Studied: ASL; NAD with Guy Wiggins; PAFA, Chester Springs, PA; Henry B. Snell; C. Woodbury; Pratt Inst. with D. Tryon & R. Brackman. Member: NAC; NAWA; AFA; Allied Artists; Lyme AA; Palm Beach Lg. of Artists; CAFA; New Haven PCC. Exhibited: NAD; PAFA; Corcoran Gal.; AIC; NAWA; Allied Artists; Lyme AA; Palm Beach Lg. of Artists; CAFA; New Haven PCC (prize); Milch Gal., NYC (solo); Salons of America. Work: Smith Col., MA; New Britain (CT) Mus. of Amer. Art; Lyman Allyn Mus., New London, CT; Packer Inst., Brooklyn. Please refer to Who Was Who in American Art, page 728. This exact painting can be seen on page 66 of "Hamburg Cove" Past and Present edited by Stanley Schuler Lyme Historical Society and The Florence Griswold Museum
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