8" x 10" Prints

Cape Neddick 'Nubble' Light Art Print 8" x 10" Travel Poster By Alan Claude - Maine


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Cape Neddick Nubble Light, in York, Maine is planted on a small rocky island that is 'so close yet so far' from the shore divided by a 100 foot channel. The vivid contrasting autumn light and shadows delivered the depth and dimension for the rock foundation I was seeking, but I added a soft delicate blueish shadow on the tower and the keeper's house. Three seagulls sat immovable atop the red brick oil house so I felt obliged to use them in my composition. My wife Erin chuckled as I recounted the true story of the keeper's cat "Mr T". In the 1930's, the cat would regularly swim and ride a wave to shore to hunt for mice in the nearby rocks. To create a further sense of distance, I used a quaint green-tinted sky along with high- altitude streaking clouds to complete the background.

The versatile 8" x 10" size looks sharp as an accent piece or in a grouping

The colors are bold and striking with a solid ink coverage reminiscent of silk- screen printing

Limited to 500 prints (not numbered) by year of creation

Offset Lithograph printed on archival paper with UV fade-resistant inks

Certificate of Authenticity

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

So happy with my Cape Neddick
Nubble Light print.
The colors are perfect.
My family and I love to visit there, and when we can’t we have the print!
Also , purchased the 2020 poster calendar . One month more amazing than the next!


I've been looking for this print for years. So glad to finally have it!

Love my print

I bought this as a gift and I love it. A friend of mine has the large Nubble framed in her kitchen. I will be buying my own copy for my nautical bathroom.

love my prints!

I'm thrilled with my purchase! I saw the Pemaquid Point print when I visited that lighthouse and did not buy at that time. Then regretted it for the rest of my trip. But then found the website and bought it along with Cape Neddick and Portland Head! Love your work Alan Claude!