Signed lower left: “E. A. Page “. In fine condition. The sandy beaches of Lynn and Swampscott, Massachusetts were alternated by shorelines and inland outcroppings of broken granite blocks. Each of the Lynn Beach Painters developed both skill and preference for some subjects that demonstrated ability to represent the durable and unyielding quality of the New England landscape. For related paintings see page 35 (N.L. Berry), 47 (C.E.L. Green), 69 (Edward Burrill), 74 (Green) in D.Roger Howlett’s “The Lynn Beach Painters–Art Along the North Shore 1880-1920”, Lynn Historical Society (1998).