George M. Hathaway (1852-1903)


The artist, a native New Englander, is remembered for his intimate views of the northeast coastline. Apparently having spent a great deal of time in Portland, Maine, he interpreted the well-known Portland Head Lighthouse on occasion. (One example of this familiar subject is in the permanent collection of the Peabody Essex Museum.

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