Andrew Winter, "Snowy Mantle, Black Head" (SOLD)

Andrew Winter

Andrew Winter (American, 1893-1958)

A native of Sindi, Estonia, Andrew Winter spent his early years as a mate on a variety of American and British ships, an experience that intensified his appreciation for marine scenery and ways of life. Following his seafaring career, Winter enrolled at the National Academy of Design in 1921 and continued his artistic studies in 1925 on a traveling scholarship to Paris and Rome. He exhibited extensively from the 1920s until the 1950s, consistently earning medals and awards, and became a member of numerous artistic societies, including the National Academy and the American Watercolor Society. During his career, Winter discovered a constant source of inspiration in the remote and rugged scenery of Monhegan Island, a place he continued to visit throughout his lifetime.

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