Belmont Harbor

Oil painting depicts man and woman lower right walking toward the left; building in the center; 16 boats on the water; tree at left runs to the upper picture plane. In blue, green, red, orange, purple, brown, pink, white, in wooden frame. Reported as missing in December 1989.
Additional Information: No Image Associated with this Item; Signed "William Earl Singer 1937" lower right corner; Brass tag on lower center reads: "WPA Art Program"; Label on frame: "A936A" Label top left verso: "DPS Form 12, Federal Works Agency, Works Progress Administration, WPA Art Program, William Earle Singer, Illinois, oil, Belmont Harbor, loaned to Congressman Louis J. Capozioli, 236 Old House Office Building, Washington, DC, 7/1/41" Top right verso on stretcher "929" Written near top left verso: "William Earle Singer, Belmont Harbor." There is also a National Museum of American Art label, item #95, 12/8/82.
Category Paintings
Reference Number 00953
Maker/Artist William Earle Singer
Materials Oil painting
Measurements Height: 29.75 in; Width: 39.75 in
Time Period 1937


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