BEAUSEJOURART - NORTH FORK LONG ISLAND, NY
BEAUSEJOURART - LANDSCAPES, SEASCAPES OF EASTERN LONG ISLAND NY and VILLAGES AND LANDSCAPES OF ITALY


BARNS OF SHELTER ISLAND
Aprox. 12x20. Acrylic on Driftwood.






RIDING THE WAVES.  The Whitebread Regatta Original Acrylic and modeling paste on fiber board. 33x48.          $1250.00











WAITING TO GO FISHING 
Original acrylic. 16x20    $475.00
Giclee $375.00












TREE FARM IN LAUREL. 24x36  Original acrylic.
SOLD














‘SNOW’ BOAT Southold (Charlie’s} Fish Market Original acrylic  16x18  SOLD          













BLACKSMITH SHOP, Greenport, NY  
18x24 Original acrylic.
$425.00










TASHA'S BARN IN EARLY SPRING
27x39 Acrylic Masonite or Giclee
$375.00









CUTCHOGUE DINNER 
18x24 Original acrylic on wood SOLD Framed copy $125.00
















OLD SEAFORD BARGE.  
17x17 Original acrylic.
 Reverse glass painting
$325.00














PRESTON’S DOCK, Greenport, NY 
18x24  Original acrylic 
$225.00










ALDO’S 
17X17 Original acrylic.  
Reverse Glass Painting. 
$225.00
















 FOUR SEASONS
 24x24 Original acrylic
$325.00
4 for $1200.00
Giclee's available @ $125.00
Set of 4 giclee's $400.00






























MARINA IN FALL 18x24
Original acrylic
$325.


















FLOWERS
8X10 Original acrylic
high gloss finish
$65.00 each
Set of 4 $200.00















MONTAUKGLGHTHOUSE
Gauche on Nautical Map.
Framed with glass.
24x24
$1,200.00





Reverse painting on glass is an art form consisting of applying paint to a piece of glass and then viewing the image by turning the glass over and looking through the glass at the image.  In German it is also known as 'hinterglasmalerei’.





MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE
Original Reverse Glass The Montauk Point Light located in Montauk Point State Park at the easternmost point of Long Island. The light house was the first to be built within the state of NY, and is currently the fourth oldest active lighthouse in the US.  It is the oldest lighthouse in NY.  
Construction on the lighthouse was authorized by the Second United States Congress, under President George Washington in 1792. Construction began on June 7, 1796, and was completed on November 5, 1796.  The tower is 110' 6" high. The current light, equivalent to 2,500,000 candle power, flashes every 5 seconds and can be seen a distance of 18 nautical miles.



THE ORIENT POINT LIGHTHOUSE. Original Reverse Glass. The Coffee Pot, as it is often called, was built in 1899 to    mark the end of Oyster Point Reef and to guide mariners through the dangerous currents of Plum Gut.  The lighthouse was designed in the shape of a truncated cone of cured cast iron plates bolted together.  The foundation is a circular cast iron caisson filled with concrete resting on a level portion of the rocky Oyster Point Reef.  The Coffee Pot served as a manned beacon from 1899 to the 1960’s, when it became an automated light.  The Coffee Pot, although it lists gently about 5 degrees out of plumb, is an excellent example of a cast iron caissonwith two graceful galleries.
Size Approximately 24x24.  Original acrylic in very old window frame.

LITTLE GULL.  Original Reverse Glass Little Gull Island, situated about seven miles northeast of Orient Point, at the eastern end of Long Island’s North Fork, where Long Island Sound opens out to the sea.  Four miles of open water lie between Little Gull and Fishers Island to the east.  This stretch of water is known as the Race, due to the tidal currents that sometimes exceed five knots. When strong winds or heavy onshore seas combine with an ebbing tide, the water in the Race turns into a churning caldron of white-capped waves and dangerous rip tides. 24x24 Original acrylic, window frame.





PLUM ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE.  Original Reverse Glass Plum Island is the largest of three islands that extend from the North Fork of Long Island northeasterly into the Long Island Sound. The geography of this area was created by a moraine that was pushed up when glaciers last covered the area around 15,000 years ago.  The earliest record of a European settler on the island dates from 1659, when Samuel Wyllys bought Plum Island from Wyandanch, the senior chief of the four Indian tribes that controlled most of the area at that time. The recorded price was “one coat, one barrel of biscuits and 100 fish hooks.” 24x24 

SHINNECOCK BAY LIGHT HOUSE.  Original Reverse Glass Painting Shinnecock (Great West) Bay Lighthouse,  established in 1858, was located in Ponquogue Point on the Shinnecock Bay, near Hampton Bays. The coastal fogs and frequent storms made land marks and lighthouse identification difficult. The signal characterisitcs of the Shinnecock Light had to be altered to differentiate it from its Montauk Point predecessor and prevent potential wrecks from unwary mariners. The Coast Guard declared the structure unsafe and in December of 1948 the bottom portion of the brick walls on one side of the tower was jackhammered away and replaced with supporting timbers. The timbers were then doused with gasoline and set on fire. As the wood was consumed, the tower slowly leaned over and then crashed to the ground. 



MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE.  Original Reverse Glass The Montauk Point Light located in Montauk Point State Park at the easternmost point of Long Island. The light house was the first to be built within the state of NY, and is currently the fourth oldest active lighthouse in the US.  It is the oldest lighthouse in NY.  Construction on the lighthouse was authorized by the Second United States Congress, under President George Washington in 1792. Construction began on June 7, 1796, and was completed on November 5, 1796.  The tower is 110' 6" high. The current light, equivalent to 2,500,000 candle power, flashes every 5 seconds and can be seen a distance of 18 nautical miles.




THE BUG LIGHT.  Original Reverse Glass The Long Beach Bar Lighthouse was 1 lit on December 1, 1871 marking the entrance to Peconic Bay on the east end of Long Island.  Perched on a screw pile platform penetrating ten feet into the sandy bottom, the structure, from a distance, resembled a bug walking on the water, giving rise to it’s nickname “Bug Light.”  The two story wood frame keeper’s house with its mansard roof is topped by a four-sided tower featuring beveled edges.  The residence had a kitchen, dinning room, and sitting room on the 1st floor and 3 bedrooms and a oil room on the second story.

SHEFFIELD ISLAND LIGHT.  Original Reverse Glass Painting In 1827, a lighthouse was built on 53-acre Sheffield Island to mark the dangerous ledges at the entrance to the city's harbor. The original one-story stone keeper's cottage still stands, but the site of the first tower is now underwater. The stone mid-Victorian style lighthouse that still stands was built in 1868. The style is very similar to several other lighthouses built about the same time: Block Island North Light in Rhode Island, Great Captain Island Light and Morgan Point Light in Connecticut, and Plum Island Light and Field Point Light in New York.

FIRE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE.  Original Reverse Glass The Fire Island Lighthouse was and important landmark for transatlantic shores coming into New Your Harbor at the turn of the last century.  For many immigrants, the Fire Island Lighthouse was their first sight of land upon arrival in America.  In 1857 Congress appropriated $40,000 for the construction of the tower, 168 feet tall.  It was lit for the first time on November 1, 1858.  The tower is made of red brick, painted a creamy yellow color.  The tower changed to the present day mark of alternating black and white bands on August 1991.

HORTON POINT LIGHTHOUSE.  Original Reverse Glass Although the Horton Point Lighthouse was commissioned to be built by President George Washington in 1790, the acreage needed for the light station was not made available until 8 acres were offered the Federal Government in 1855 for $550.00.  The light station was completed in 1857 for $7,500 and consisted of the 55 ft tall square tower and a detached keeper’s residence. Both are constructed of New England Granite and cut stone and locally acquired brick, timber and lumber.  The connecting annex between the tower and house was added later.


EXECUTION ROCK.  Original Reverse Glass The rocky reefs, 1650 yards northwest of Sands Point on the western end of Long Island, carry a chilling legend of how they received their name.  According to folklore, which has never been proven true, the British, to avoid  public executions in Colonial times would carry the condemned to these reefs at low tide and chain them to rings embedded in the rock and wait for high tide to carry out the death sentence.




 COLD SPRING HARBOR LIGHTHOUSE.   Original Reverse Glass The lighthouse is located on the north shore of Long Island. The lighthouse was originally situated on a shoal at the entrance of Cold Spring Harbor, 1,500 yards of Centre Island.  The lighthouse was built in 1890 and has been inactive since it was abandoned by the Coast Guard and moved to the lawn of a private residence in 1965.  The lighthouse consisted of a 35 ft square tower originally mounted on a concrete caisson.




BARN OF OREGON ROAD in WINTER.
Acrylic Reverse Glass
18x29
$125.00












BARN OF OREGON ROAD in SUMMER.
Acrylic Reverse Glass
18x29
$125.00






BARN IN WINTER 24x24 Original acrylic on wood.  $525.00 SOLD
GICLEE AVAILABLE
$275.00

















BARN IN FALL  24x24 Original acrylic on wood.
$525.00
GICLEE AVAILABLE
$275.00 
















BARN IN SUMMER  24x24 Original acrylic on wood.
$525.00
GICLEE AVAILABLE
$275.00
















BARN IN SPRING  24x24 Original acrylic on wood.
$525.00
GICLEE AVAILABLE
$275.00

















ALEX SPASHING. Original acrylic 
on  loan from the Booth family. 
NFS
















LAST ONE OUT
Original acrylic  16x20
$125.00
















BOUYS. 24x30
Original Acrylic on Pebble Board
$475.00























POLLACK/KRASNER HOUSE IN SPRINGS/ 20x30 Original acrylic.
$225.00




















THE MERIT
24x24 Original acrylic.
$325.00







NICE PAIR OF BUOYS 18x24
Acrylic  
$125.00











THE WITCHES HAT 20x24
Farmstand built in 1926      
Jamesport.  Original acrylic of Giclee 
$350.00












LV CORNELL TUG.
24x24 Original acrylic.
$325.00














THE TIMTARA 
24x24 Original acrylic.
 $325.00













CORKY’S OLD TIMER
24x24 Original acrylic.
$325.00













THE DORIAN SMITH returning to port.
24x24 Original acrylic. $425.00
Giclee $325.00












THE BAYBERRY
24x24 Original acrylic.
$325.00




















RAINBOW SKY’ FIRE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE
24x30 Original acrylic
$625.00














FIRE BOAT
34x39 Original acrylic
$350.00  SOLD





















RED BARN IN SNOW 8x10
Original acrylic. gallery wrap
$75.00









MARINA IN WINTER 8x10
Original acrylic. Gallery wrap
$75.00

















SAIL BOAT AT CRABBY JERRY’S Original acrylic on wood. 
19x32.  $275.00



















AUTUMN FARM
16x20 Original acrylic
$375.00



















COVERED BRIDGE
16x29 Original acrylic.

$150.00















BIOPHILIA EARLY SUMMER.  16x20
Original acrylic on wood
$425.00
NOTE: used on label of LONG IRELAND IPA SPRING ALE










       RADISHES                                        
      10x10 Original acrylic
       $75.00







           
                                                                                                                        

   SEAGULL
    8x10 Original acrylic  
     $75;00











OLD SCHOOL East Marion, now in Greenport. 
24x24  Gallery wrap.
  Gilclees  $325.00









GREENLAND  FARM.
Original acrylic. 8x10
$75.00 SOLD










JOHN AND BEN THROWING ROCKS
Original acrylic  gallery
$450.00









BARN ON OLD NORTH ROAD
17x20 Acrylic on wood
$425.00






BARNS IN WINTER
12x24Acrylic and 
molding paste
$225.00
















BIRCHES















BARNS ON SHELTER ISLAND
approx 12x20 Acrylic on drift wood





RICHARDS RED SAIL BOAT
Original Acrylic 16x20
$150.00 SOLD











PEACEMAKER
Original acrylic  24x30
$225.00






















SUNSET ON SHELTER ISLAND BAY
Original acrylic 16x20 unframed
$75.00










MY FATHER’S SHED 
8x10 Original acrylic
$75.00








SUMMER COTTAGES. BREEZY SHORES
24x36   Original acrylic $525.00
Giclee $375.00











ESTUARY IN THE HAMPTONS
Original oil  18x24
$175.00












CHASSAGNE MONTRECHET

CHATEAU YQUEM
Original acrylic and collage
8x10
$75.00 each
$125.00 set





QUINIPET GAZEBO SHELTER ISLAND.
Original acrylic on wood.
PRIDWIN HOTEL
SHELTER ISLAND.
Original acrylic on wood.
$85.00 each
$150.00 for set SOLD


MILE MARKER Cutchogue
Established by Ben Franklin to
Measure Mail delivery.
9x12 Original Gallery wrap
$125.00





GOLDEN ROOSTER
14X20 Original acrylic
$175.00














BOAT YARD #2.  26x26
Original acrylic on wood.
$325.00








BOAT YARD #4.  Ander Lanfendol, Boat Builders.  14x31.  Original acrylic on wood.
$425.00







BOAT YARD #1.  Lobster Traps
18x24.  Original acrylic.
$425.00

















BOAT YARD #3. A Pile of Buoys.
17x25 Original acrylic on wood.
$425.00










GARDEN IN THE  HAMPTONS
Original Oil 18x24  $550.00
Prints available













ROW 38  PELLIGRINI VINEYARD
Original acrylic  24x24  SOLD


















POTATO BARNS
16x20 Original acrylic
$425.00














SAILING ON THE BAY
18x24 Original acrylic
$425.00
Giclee  $325.00



















RED SAILS IN THE SUNSET “The Gallant”  
Original acrylic 16x24 $$425.00
Giclee $325.00














TRIMBLES NURSERY BEFORE 'SANDY'
"GIFTED to Trimbles"













TRIMBLES NURSERY BEFORE 'SANDY'
"GIFTED to Trimbles"














MOORE’S LANE
17x36  Original acrylic
$425.00










CRAB SHACK IN EAST MARION.  17x36
Acrylic.  NFS
Giclee  $375.00





                                                                           





HOLIDAY BARN – Open for the Christmas Season many years ago  by Jean Cochran. Supervisor Town of Southold, NY. 
Some of the letters are still hanging on.
16x20 Acrylic
$175.00





FARM IN WEST VIRGINIA
Acrylic 
"GIFTED"











BREEZY SHORES
Acrylic on board. 
approx:  16x20
$225.00






















SUNFLOWERS ON MIRROR





SOLD


















CAT AT SUNSET





SOLD






Acrylic and decoupage on Window shutters.

make offer








SWANS
8x10 Acrylic
$75.00












EGRETS
8x10 Acrylic
$75.00


















MAGIC KINGDOM
18x24 Acrylic
$175.00

















WINDMILLS IN HOLLAND
24x24 $425.00
Enhanced giclee $375.00


















BARNS AT PECONIC LAND TRUST
16x24 Acrylic
$225.00











SOUTHOLD HISTORICAL VILLAGE
24x24 Acrylic
$225.00

















CRAB SHACK IN EAST MARION
18x24 Acrylic
$325.00












THE LYNX a square topsailschooner is an interpretation of an American letter of marque vessel of the same name from 1812. The original Lynx completed one voyage, running the Royal Navy blockade; the British captured her in 1813 at the start of her second voyage and took her into service as HMS Mosquidobit. The replica of Lynx based on historical data was launched on July 28, 2001. Original acrylic 16x20























SUNFLOWERS
12x24 Acrylic 
$75.00



BARNS ON SHELTER ISLAND
Small.  Acrylic on drift wood.








ASPENS
22x29 Acrylic on Butcher Block
$550.00
GICLEE 24X36 
$375.0o
















FOREST IN FALL
18x31 Acrylic on Butcher Block
$475.00























NORTH FERRY DOCK, SHELTER ISLAND.  16 ½ x22.  
Acrylic on butcher block.


















EARLY SPRING


































































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