The Pemaquid Point Light is a historic U.S. lighthouse located in Bristol, Lincoln County, Maine, at the tip of the Pemaquid Neck. It was opened in the early 1800's, and stands 38 feet tall. Pemaquid is one of several US lighthouses that has the lightkeepers quarters (house) on the same property as the lighthouse itself. The tower's original Fresnel lens is still in use, however, the keeper's house now serves as a museum. It exhibits equipment, photos and artifacts from the fishing and lobstering industries as well as the lighthouse service.
This painting is one of many east coast lighthouses I have painted, and I have always admired the artitectural designs and functionality of lighthouses.
This piece is was created using acrylic paint on canvas, framed with an antique white wooden frame, ready to hang.
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