Sunset, Cape Porpoise, Kennebunk, Maine, Impressionist Walter Whitcomb Thompson


Oil on board measures 8″ x 10″ unframed, signed lower right

Signed and titled (Sunset, Cape Porpoise, Maine) on back of frame

Original frame measures 12.5″ x 14.5″

Painting is framed under glass, appears to be all original.

Availability: In stock

Biography from Carolina Galleries – Southern Art
Walter Whitcomb Thompson (1882-1948) was born in Palatka, Florida in 1882. He studied at the University of Florida and at the New School of Design in Boston,
Thompson was a member of the American Artists Professional League, Carolina Art Association, Georgia Art Association, North Shore Art Association, Savannah (GA) Arts Club, and Sumter (SC) Art Association. He was a co-founder and director of the Beaufort (SC) Art Colony, director of the Beaufort (SC) Art School, as well as a teacher in the Beaufort (SC) public school system.

He exhibited at Coker College in Hartsville, SC, Gibbes Art Gallery, Mint Museum, North Shore Art Association, Telfair Academy of Art, Savannah Arts Club, as well as in prominent New York City galleries such as Ainslie, Milch, and Macbeth Galleries.