Schooners off Monhegan

Schooners off Monhegan by William R. Beebe
Schooners off Monhegan by William R. Beebe
Schooners off Monhegan by William R. Beebe
Schooners off Monhegan by William R. Beebe

Schooners off Monhegan

12,000.00

Framed oil painting

24 x 30 (image size), oil on board

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It is an hour and a half ferry ride from Monhegan to the mainland, Port Clyde, Me.  In Schooners Off Monhegan, The J. & E. Riggin and the Stephen Taber are rounding Manana Island, which buffers the small harbor of Monhegan Island, heading home to Rockland, Me.  They are heading into the unknown, for the weather in Maine changes on a dime.  The waves can seem insurmountable and the storms violent and relentless.  It helps to know that both ships are either over or close to a hundred years old, built to handle rough weather, and have weathered innumerable storms!