This is the studio of William Chadwick (1879-1962) a member of the Lyme Art Colony. A practical place for painting, this large window provided northern light for the studio. Under the window is a wide workbench for mixing pigments and spreading out painting tools. The bottles appear to have been dug up near the studio.
Edited in Corel Paint Shop Pro, using 2 textures by Shadowhouse Creations
Canon PowerShot SX10 IS, Canon Zoom Lens 20x IS 5.0-100.0mm 1:2.8-5.7 USM.
Location: Florence Griswold Museum Home of American Impressionism, Old Lyme, Connecticut (USA).
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