“FISHERMEN TENDING NETS” by William F. Herman.

“FISHERMEN TENDING NETS” by William F. Herman.


Georgetown’s Town Office Gallery is displaying the paintings of William F. Herman through the end of April.

Herman took his first painting course with Lawrence Sisson in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, in 1951. Later courses at the De Cordova Museum helped him learn how to work with oils, acrylics and egg tempura, and he took inspiration from Vermeer and Norman Rockwell.

Herman passed away March 6, 2016, in Bath. His work can be viewed during town office hours, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p. m., excluding the lunch hour from noon to 1 p. m. The town office is located at 50 Bay Point Road in Georgetown.

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