Salisbury & Manus

Original Oil on Canvas, Artist Paul Bernard King (1867-1947)

Exquisite piece of artwork.  The light in this painting is breathtaking and the artist's brush strokes single handedly allow this Winter scene to make you feel like your sitting on that boat longing for warmth. 

American artist Paul Bernard King (1867-1947). King was born in Buffalo, New York, and after becoming an established printer, went on to study at the NY Art Students League with Henry S. Mowbray. While a student, he became an illustrator for Life and Harper’s magazines, and went on to become well known for his portraits, landscapes, rural scenes, and illustrations.

Public Collections:Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo; Butler Art Institute, Youngstown, Ohio; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Reading Museum, Pennsylvania; Los Angeles Museum; Houston Art Museum; New Pantheon, Nashville, Tennessee. (From "American Art Analog").

Paul Bernard King, American (1867-1947) Oil on Canvas. 'Frozen Winter Harbor'. Signed lower right. Measures 22"H x 26"W framed; painting is 16"H x 20"L.