Hezekiah Anthony Dyer (1872-1943) was an American artist who was born in Rhode Island. He is known for his paintings of New England and also of Europe. He worked in oil and watercolor, but he is best known for his gouache paintings. His mountain scenes from Switzerland and Lake Como, Italy are particularly well-known.
Saint-Malo, Brittany, France, R.I. Impressionist Hezekiah A. Dyer, c. 1920s
Oil on canvas laid on artist board measures 33″ x 27″ unframed, signed lower right
Newer frame measures 39″ x 33″
Rare oil by this artist, fine pre-WWII painting of the city.
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