The Hamilton of Norfolk is a Sailboat at Sea by Jerome Howes.
This nautical painting measures 20.5 inches tall by 31 inches wide.
Jerome Howes is an American Postwar & Contemporary painter who was born in 1955.
Jerome Howes was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts, Vermont.
Jerome Howes is known for Marine, trompe l'oeil still life, wood carving.
Largely self-taught, Jerome Howes devoted himself to painting in 1994 and quickly gained a wide-spread following on his native Cape Cod, and Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.
He specializes in marine subjects, having acquired a deep appreciation of the marine art tradition from his father, a paintings and antiques dealer in Brewster, Massachusetts, who had an extensive private collection of 19th Century ship portraits.
Howes, a thirteenth generation Cape Codder, currently divides his time between the Cape and Vermont. He is married and has three daughters.