Landscapes including Hudson River, Vassar College, Arizona, and Vermont, from the 1940's to 2000
After World War II where Lewis did ship camouflage, Lewis married Erica Beckh, an art historian with a PhD from Radcliff University and a thesis on art in the New Deal. They settled in Poughkeepsie, New York, where both taught at Vassar College. Lewis moved from the realistic work of the 1930s to painting landscapes of the majestic Hudson River. Lewis’s favorite time to paint was dusk in the fall, sitting upon the high bluffs of the majestic Hudson River, the Vassar College Campus, in the deserts of Arizona, or in the thickly forested rolling hills of Vermont. There are about 200 works in the family collection that are for sale.
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