For all those who have been away from Naples for most of the summer, we welcome your return with a show of many of our gallery artists who have created works depicting the quiet solitude or frenzied activity of the beach. While we have shown Richard Segalman’s Naples beach scenes since 1982, not everyone is familiar with his Coney Island renditions. One of the American masters we have shown since 1971, Byron Browne (1907-61), is known for his paintings of the beaches at Provincetown, Massachusetts, as are Herman Maril (1908-86) and Arthur Cohen (1925-2012). Balcomb Greene (1904-90) was a resident of Montauk, Long Island, and created dramatic figures on the beaches of the Hamptons while Bob Kane (1937-2013) was known for the Italian and French Riviera. Two noted watercolorists Adolf Dehn (1895-1968) and Eliot O’Hara (1890-1969) painted beaches scenes around the world, while a third contemporary master of watercolor, Stephen Scott Young, is known for his Bahamian subject matter.
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