2nd half 19th century
Alfred Thompson Bricher
From the collection
This seascape shows sailing boats and a steamer billowing smoke while waves crash on a rocky shore.
Bricher began to paint in Newburyport, Massachusetts, and along the Maine and Massachusetts coastline. In 1869, he moved to New York City, where he pursued a successful career as a fashionable landscape artist.
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Inscription: [Signature] lower left: AT Bricher
Credit line: Gift of Dr. Morris E. Sumner in memory of Essie Bell Coxwell Sumner, 1995.
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