Painting from a Ivan Dmitri photograph of the "the most often-painted building in America"


Painting Weber did from a Ivan Dmitri photograph - see signature image. The building is Motif Number 1, located on Bradley Wharf in the harbor town of Rockport, Massachusetts. The fishing shack is well known to students of art and art history as "the most often-painted building in America". When Levon West began working with color photography he adopted the pen name "Ivan Dmitri," though he continued to use the name Levon West for his non-photographic works. 'Ivan Dmitri' was a pioneer in color photography, and wrote several books on the subject, his first being, "Color in Photography" in 1939. Eric P. Weber Collection (artist's grandson)

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Creation DateDecember 1950
Subject
Seascape
Style
Impressionism
Medium
Oil
Substrate
Canvas
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