Thursday at Eagle Light - Early Snow

by Charles Peterson
$175.00
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  • Certificate of Authentication
  • Numbered and Signed by Artist
  • Limited Edition of 600 Prints
  • Giclee on Paper
  • Image Size 16 Inches Tall by 20 Inches Wide.
This item is also available as a Matched numbered set of 7 A Week in Door County series.
Description
Eagle Light was vital to ships navigating the tricky Strawberry Channel. Using it here, I wanted to convey something of an ordinary moment in the life of a light keepers family. The son, just home from school, welcomes Mother carrying groceries, while his Light Keeper father, having already lighted the great Fresnel lamp, can now close the house shutters against the rising fury of an early winter storm. - Charles Peterson
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The Artist

Charles Peterson

1927 - 2009

With his studio overlooking beautiful Lake Michigan, much of Charles Peterson's art reflects his love for sailing and the sea. Paintings of the great sailing ships and wonderful seascapes have long provided Peterson with both financial and professional success. Peterson's work has also been featured in the most prestigious galleries in the country and in juried shows of international significance.

But if Peterson's marine paintings have brought professional prestige and recognition, it is his unique "memories" paintings that have brought national popularity. Painted with the same personal interest, Peterson's "Memories Collection" of limited edition prints combine the elements of an old, forgotten site with the very subtle reflection of the special times that are still real for those who remember. New releases are awaited anxiously by collectors all across the United States and Canada. The Memories Collection strikes a chord in all of us who have fond memories of simpler times.

Regardless of subject, Peterson collectors have come to expect a consistent quality that comes only from a lifetime of study and work. Eight years of advanced art training, a successful twenty year career as a college professor of art, and an additional twenty years of painting fulltime have all contributed to the extraordinary watercolor compositions of a true master, Charles L. Peterson.

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