A large work by Maine Folk /Outsider artist, George Morgan. The Kennebec Central Railroad was a narrow gauge line that ran for five miles and connected Randolph to the National Veterans Home in Togus, Maine (the nation’s first veterans home).
Provenance: Anne K. Wardwell; Mr. & Mrs. Sumner and Helen Johnston; Joe Wetherell; Raymond Saroff and Howard Rose; Peter Brams
Exhibitions: The Playhouse, Boothbay, ME 1963; Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME, July 16 - October 11, 1998; The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, Chicago, IL, February 5 - April 10,1999
Literature: “Painter Makes Primitives of Early Boyhood Scenes” KENNEBEC JOURNAL, February 18, 1966, Ruth Henderson.
|Dealer||STEVEN S. POWERS|
|Origin||American - Maine|
|Artist/Maker||George E. Morgan (1870-1969)|
|Measurements||16" x 20" (sight) | 21" x 24 3/4" (frame)|
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