Charles H. Davis returned to the United States in 1891, choosing Mystic, Connecticut, as his new home, a place full of mood and atmosphere for his brush to capture. His energetic compositions, more impressionistic in nature towards the end of his career, earned him prizes and awards almost annually from, among others, the Art Institute of Chicago, the National Academy of Design, and the Pan-Pacific Exposition.
More information about this painting...
Today Davis’ work can be found in museums across the country, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Brooklyn Museum, the Terra Foundation for American Art in Chicago, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Dallas Museum of Art, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, among many others.
By direct descent through the family of Jacob R. Huntington, Amesbury, Massachusetts, who sponsored Davis’ artistic education
To private collection, Amesbury, Massachusetts, to present
(in pencil on lower stretcher) No. 137