Herbert Barnett
American (1910-1972)
Harbor at Corea Maine 2, 1956
Casein on board
25×30 IN.

Signed lower right: "Herbert Barnett". From the estate of the artist. In fine condition.
Corea and Winter Harbor are remote fishing and lobstering villages on the Schoodic peninsula, near Schoodic Point of Acadia National Park in Maine. Waldo Pierce may have "discovered" Corea for painting, Stow Wengenroth worked there, and Marsden Hartley spent his last years there. Herbert Barnett started painting and drawing on the Schoodic Peninsula during brief summer visits to Elizabeth Barnett's mother in West Gouldsboro, ME.

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