William De Haas (1830-1880) Lived/active: New York and Maine
Crashing Waves on the Maine Shoreline
Signed (l.r.); Wm Frd. Haas ’71, (William Frederick Haas)
Oil on canvas
25” x 30”, 36” x 41” with frame
Excellent condition, housed in the original carved gilt frame.
Provenance: Private Collection, Providence, Rhode Island.
Sometimes referred to as William Frederick Haas, as seen with his signature, De Haas was best known for his coastal Maine scenes of rocky shorelines and cliffs with crashing waves. De Haas emigrated from Rotterdam in 1854 and set up his studio in New York City. He exhibited at the National Academy of Design from 1865-1880.
Item ID: WoA-AMP-OC 666
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