Brookdale Bridge In Winter II
Original Watercolor
Framed Size 10" x 10"

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$325.00


Stowe Village - Community Church and Lackey's
Original Watercolor
Framed Size 10" x 10"

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$325.00


Cardinal Watch
Original Watercolor
Framed Size 14" x 14"

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$435.00


Emily's Bridge In Spring II
Original Watercolor
Framed Size 14" x 14"

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$435.00


The Bike Path
Original Watercolor
Framed Size 14" x 14"

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$435.00


Stowe Community Church In Spring
Original Watercolor
Framed Size 14" x 14"

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$435.00


Stowe Covered Bridge by Henry Alexander

Original Watercolor
Framed Size 30" x 40"

Sale Price $1,200.


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$2,800.00


Stowe Village - Autumn
Limited Edition Lithograph
Framed Size 25" x 32"

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$325.00


Stowe Village - Winter
Limited Edition Lithograph
Framed Size 25" x 32"

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$325.00


Stowe Village - Autumn (Remarqued Artist Proof)
Limited Edition Lithograph
Remarqued Artist Proof
Framed Size 25" x 32"

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$425.00


Ricketson Farm by Henry Alexander - SOLD

Original Watercolor
Framed Size 22" x 29"

Sale Price $500.


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$1,300.00


Afternoon Visitor by Henry Alexander - SOLD

Original Watercolor
Framed Size 16" x 19"

Sale Price $300.


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$795.00


Fly Fishing - SOLD
Original Watercolor
Framed Size 14" x 14"

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$435.00


Stowe Walking Bridge - SOLD
Original Watercolor
Framed Size 14" x 14"

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$435.00


Community Church From School St. - SOLD
Original watercolor
Framed Size 14" x 14"

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$435.00


Winter Cardinal - SOLD
Original Watercolor
Framed Size 10" x 10"

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$325.00

 

 Henry Alexander

     Born and educated in New Bedford, MA., Henry’s interest in art began at an early age with a love of drawing. After high school and a tour of duty with the U.S. Navy, he returned to New Bedford and completed four years of art school at the Swain School of Design.

     Upon graduation, Henry began a successful free-lance career as an illustrator and commercial designer. He formed a long association with the New England Telephone Company lasting thirty-one years. In 1962 he designed the "Walking Fingers" logo and within a year it became the national trademark for the "Yellow Pages".  Living on Cape Cod allowed him to paint and to exhibit his watercolors in Provincetown and Brewster, where he had his own successful gallery for ten years.

     His desire for proficiency in watercolors led to further study with John Hare of Provincetown and Francisco Raposa of Dartmouth, MA. Henry moved to Vermont in 1994 to paint watercolors of Vermont’s endlessly inspiring beauty. His watercolors are now in private collections throughout the U.S., Canada, England and France.

 Robert Paul Galleries is proud to show the works of American artist Henry Alexander.

 

 

 

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