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DeMaine, Harry
American (1880-1952)



Harry DeMaine was born in Liverpool, England. He took his first formal art instruction at the Liverpool City Art School, studying subsequently in London and at the Julian Academy in Paris, where he exhibited at the Salons. After World War II, DeMaine came to the United States.  He exhibited widely and held one-man shows in New York and elsewhere, receiving prizes in both watercolor and oil. A Washington Post review once said he “transferred to America…the lyrical quality of the English landscape.”

DeMaine was a member of the New York Watercolor Club, American Watercolor Society, Salmagundi Club, North Shore Art Association, Rockport Art Association, Allied Artists of America, Audubon Artists and National Academy of Design.  He received prizes in both watercolor and oil and exhibited widely at the American Watercolor Society, National Academy of Design, Salmagundi Club, Audubon Society of Artists, and North Shore Art Association. His works are held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Bevier Collection at the Rochester Institute of Technology and Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester, Massachusetts.


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DeMaine, Harry
American (1880-1952)


 
 
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