This 8 x 10 inch oil painting on stretched canvas shows the scene pulling into the harbour at Smith Island in the Chesapeake Bay. The longest continuously inhabited island in the eastern United States, Smith Islands is unique. Remote, crusty and genteel all at once. Known for crab cakes and Smith Island layer cakes. The gulls, and everything else, are blown by wind and salt and have a great deal of character.
Painted with high quality, lightfast oil paints and coated with a light coat of varnish to ensure longevity.
Canvas, Oil paint, Varnish