|Fostertown, New York, 1914, Reynolds Beal|
(one of my favorites)
|Beal's training as a naval architect stood him in good stead|
when it came to rendering his many oil paintings of marine scenes.
|Beal delighted in painting every traveling circus that came to town,|
and between times, even the carnival atmosphere of the county fair.
|Beach Ponies, 1918, Reynolds Beal.|
|Judging from the titles of his paintings, Reynolds and his brother, Gifford, seem to have pretty much traveled around the entire world.|
|One of the frustrations in writing about various|
artist is coming upon a painting I like but being
unable to find its title. In this case, all I know
is that the scene above was painted in 1914.
Anyone know the title?