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Janice Anthony, Turning Point, Kennebec River, acrylic, 24x40 inches
Patrick McArdle(1915-1997), Girls Just Want to Have Fun, oil, 18x24 inches
Clarence K. Chatterton (1880-1973), Church in Kittery, Maine, 1930, oil, 31x36
Robert Henri (1865-1929), Fog, Monhegan, 12 x 15 inches, oil on wood panel
Mabel Conkling(1871-1966), Dancer, bronze, 12" tall
Dorothy Eisner (1906-1984), Camp Basketball II, oil, 24x40 inches
Henry Isaacs, Bend in the River, Allagash, oil, 54x42 inches
Jean Swan Gordon, Godetia, Sunflowers, and Ranunculus, W/C, 30x44 inches
Andrea Peters, Fun with Poppies, oil, 18x20 inches
William Irvine, The Breaking Cloud, oil on canvas, 24x36 inches
Stephen Pace, Artist Studio, Early Morning, oil on canvas, 70x45 inches
Sandor Bernath, Yachting I, watercolor on paper, 15x20 inches, SLL
Tom Curry, Evening Light, oil on panel, 36x43 inches
James Fitzgerald(1899-1971), Road to the Lighthouse, watercolor, 22x30 inches
Mitch Billis, Mill Pond, Autumn, 24x20 inches

GLEASON FINE ART

Established in 1985 by husband and wife team Dennis and Martha Gleason, Gleason Fine Art has become a fixture on the local and statewide art scene. Originally opening in a tiny space on McKown Street, the gallery is currently located in a restored 19th-century farmhouse at 31 Townsend Avenue in the center of Boothbay Harbor. The gallery occupies the entire first floor. In addition to selling 19th through 20th century art, Gleason Fine Art offers collection consulting, art appraisals, and restoration services.

From the beginning, the Gleasons’ goal has been to offer the finest work by established painters and sculptors inspired by the beauty of Maine, especially its coast. Over the years, the Gleasons have placed work in some of Maine’s most important collections, including pieces now in the permanent collections of the Portland Museum of Art, Farnsworth Museum, and the Monhegan Museum. The gallery celebrates the rich art history of coastal Maine, particularly the long-standing connection between Boothbay Harbor and Monhegan Island.