James Leehan Green (1911-2005) Framed Modernist Watercolor


A painter and teacher, James Green was born in Ware, Massachusetts and lived in Hollywood, California and then Elsah, Illinois where he was an art professor from 1941 to 1976 at Principia College. Upon retirement, he remained in Elsah. He studied at the Massachusetts School of Art, and at the University of Vermont with Barse Miller and at the Otis Art Institute with Paul Clemens. He was a member of the California Watercolor Society. This work is typical of Green's style depicting figures on the docks. The painting likely dates to the 1960s and is signed in the lower, right-hand corner. The frame is a basic wood frame and appropriate for the work. Not examined out of frame, the watercolor measures 20 x 29.

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