Quidley Artists Stand Tall
Quidley and Company is honored to represent Jim Holland and William Davis who have recently been selected by the Cape Cod Art Museum to exhibit in the museum’s newest exhibition. Lighthouses have long been crucial architectural references and maritime landmarks. Now the art world shines a new light on the historically impressive structures in a contemporary frame of reference. With more than thirty lighthouses lining the beaches of Cape Cod, Nantucket, and Martha’s Vineyard, it’s clear why many art lovers seek masterpiece paintings from the myriad of lighthouse paintings available. Jim Holland’s painting, “Stage Harbor Light” illustrates isolation around lighthouses by offering a wide view of sky and sea. William Davis’s painting captures the stillness of early morning by including a figure rowing across Brant Point. These timeless, luminous pieces reflect painting ideals of the nineteenth century while remaining contemporary.
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To see examples of Jim Holland’s and William Davis’s exquisite paintings visit our website.
Much more impressive in life, many of the artists paintings are currently on display at Quidley and Co locations in Boston and Nantucket.