Maxwell Mays, 1918-2009: His palette ...

Maxwell Mays, 1918-2009: His palette held the quirky colors of R.I.

There are 2 comments on the Providence Journal story from Nov 16, 2009, titled Maxwell Mays, 1918-2009: His palette held the quirky colors of R.I.. In it, Providence Journal reports that:

Maxwell Mays, a Providence-born painter whose whimsical depictions of Rhode Island made him one of the state's best-known artists and who combined a playful folk-art style with an encyclopedic knowledge of local history, died Monday at age 91.

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#1 Nov 24, 2009
did this artist have any work of the Inn at Castle Hill in Newport ?
Skip Mays

Coventry, RI

#2 Dec 7, 2009
Several years ago Max was commissioned to do the lighthouse at Castle Hill for Beacon Insurance. The Inn may have been included.

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