For four decades in the second half of the nineteenth century, Harrison Bird Brown (1831-1915) was the most prolific professional landscape artist in Portland, Maine. In this second volume of A Painter's Progress, Brown's career is further documented through the many articles about his life, work, and travels which appeared in the Portland Daily Press between 1863 and 1892. Paperback; 101 pages.
The compiler, Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr., was the former director of the Maine Historic Preservation Commission and was appointed by Governor Baldacci in 2004 to serve as State Historian. Mr. Shettleworth received a B.A. in Art History from Colby College in 1970, an M.A. in Architectural History from Boston University in 1979, an L.H.D. from Bowdoin College in 2008, and an L.H.D. from the Maine College of Art in 2012.