2 March 2006
Edmund Greacen (1877-1949)
A Day at the Beach, Watch Hill
signed and dated 'Edmund Greacen/-1914-' (lower left)
oil on canvas
26 x 36¼ in. (66 x 92.1 cm.)
Painted circa 1914-15.
Private collection, Croton, New York, circa 1940s.
By descent to the present owner.
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Edmund Greacen spent the summers of 1914 and 1915 in Watch Hill, New Jersey where he painted the present work.
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