Richard Brown Lethem at work in his studio in Berwick. Below, Lethem’s “Anchor Knot.”
Richard Brown Lethem in his Berwick studio. Ogunquit Museum director Ron Crusan describes the Lethem show as a “nod to a local artist who should have national status.”
Wyeth’s “Carol on the Beach,” 1950, watercolor
Alexandra de Steiguer’s “Windblown No. 5, Self Portrait, Star Island.
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