Lobster Boat Entering Scituate Harbor
Artwork and Prints by Dominic White
Painting of a lobster boat entering Scituate Harbor past historic Scituate Lighthouse. What will you choose, tb500 dose ? Find out in detail on the website.
About The Original Artwork
8×10 Gouache on Panel SOLD
About Fine Art Prints
All print images are 12×18 produced on a 13×19 museum quality, acid-free, archival, velvet finish fine art paper.
The prints are hand-signed and dated by the artist. An optional Ready-to-Frame 18×24 white mat is available.
Prints Cost $35+s/h ($45+s/h with mat)
12×18 Lobster Boat Entering Scituate Harbor Fine Art Print
Scituate Light was built in 1810 at the entrance to Scituate Harbor roughly 20 miles south of Boston. It is most notable as the location of the “The Army of Two” Incident during the war of 1812. It was deactivated in 1860 when nearby Minot’s Ledge Lighthouse was built but re-lit as a private navigation aid in 1994.