Wendel painted in Gloucester from 1888 until 1902 or 1903, where he first began to adapt his impressionist style to the New England landscape. An example from this fruitful period of his career, Gloucester Harbor, Massachusetts, reveals his mastery of the pastel medium and his appreciation for its ability to render the atmosphere and sunlight of a North Shore summer.
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Private collection, Youngstown, Ohio
With Vose Galleries, Boston, inventory no. 26091, November 1979
To private collection, Orchard Park, New York, May 1980 to present
Previous Vose Galleries label, inventory no. 26091