Cold Spring Harbor, L.I.

Cold Spring Harbor, L.I., The Whaling Museum, 89.03.05_cropped.jpg
Cold Spring Harbor, L.I., The Whaling Museum, 89.03.05.jpg

Dublin Core

Title

Cold Spring Harbor, L.I.

Subject

Waterscape; Boat; Marine; Sailboat

Description

Watercolor, gouache, and lead pencil on beige paper depicting a view of Cold Spring Harbor looking north. Immediate foreground consists of water bounded by a split-rail fenced road, shrubs scattered along its edges, single pedestrian wearing hat looking away from the viewer towards the open harbor beyond; small gazebo to right side; marshy grasslands beyond, lone trees present throughout. Midground shows the inner harbor, occasional sailboat navigating the waters, red three-story structure to far left side, brown bulding to far right side; thin peninsula extends from left to right into the harbor. Backgorund consists of more sailboats in the harbor waters beyond, coastlines bounded by wooded areas, several scattered structures visible along coastline to the right; sky has collection of white clouds throughout lowest portion, clear blue skies above filling the majority of the paper. Artwork bounded by thin white line and labeled at center bottom "Cold Spring Harbor. L.I."

Creator

Lange, Edward (1846-1912) [Artist]

Source

Edward Lange (1946-1912), Cold Spring Harbor, L.I., Watercolor, gouache, lead pencil on paper, 8 x 13 in. (unframed); 14.25 x 19.5 in. (framed), Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum, Bequest of John D. Hewlett, 89.03.05

Format

8 x 13 in. (unframed); 14.25 x 19.5 in. (framed)

Type

Painting

Identifier

Signed lower right corner, "Edw. Lange. Artist."

Medium

Watercolor, gouache, lead pencil on paper

Spatial Coverage

New York; Suffolk County; Town of Huntington; Cold Spring Harbor

Rights Holder

Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum, Bequest of John D. Hewlett, 89.03.05

Citation

Lange, Edward (1846-1912) [Artist], “Cold Spring Harbor, L.I.,” The Art of Edward Lange , accessed July 23, 2024, https://edwardlange.omeka.net/items/show/45.

Geolocation