Gladys Ames Brannigan
Wonderful and colorful impressionist oil painting of man standing under trees near a pier, likely a Portsmouth scene.
Gladys Ames Brannigan (1882-1944) was an American artist who spent most of her life in the New England area. Mrs. Brannigan studied at the Art Students League, the Corcoran Institute, and the National Academy of Design. As a painter, printmaker and muralist Mrs. Brannigan exhibited widely in the US and was a member of many art associations. She worked as an art instructor at various locations and was the head if the art department at Hollins College in Virginia. She was also a staff artist for the Washington Evening Star.
This painting is an oil on canvas depicting a man standing under trees near a pier with sailboats sailing by is likely a Portsmouth, NH scene, as this is where the artist spent most of her life during the time this works was created.
Housed in a quality period frame.
Measures 29.5″ x 35.5″ sight size, and 34.25″ x 40.25″ x 2.5″ overall including frame.
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