Beautiful fine art prints of oil paintings by noted Cape Cod artist Forrest Pirovano.
Each litho is numbered and signed by the artist. A certificate of authenticity is also included.
"Long Point Light"
Located in Provincetown, MA
Is a painting of a "Wianno Senior" that was given to JFK by his parents on his 15th birthday.
"Brant Point Light"
Brant Point Light is on Nantucket Island.
"Race Point Light"
Race Point is in Provincetown, MA.
Our Herreshoff is moored waiting for the afternoon sailors.
Edgartown Light is on the island of Martha's Vineyard.
"Sandy Neck Light"
Sandy Neck Light is located on the eastern tip of Sandy Neck.
Highland Light is the oldest lighthouse on Cape Cod.
Our Herreshoff S-Class Sailboat is Heading Out for a day of fun.
Chatham Light is still in service and operated by the Coast Guard.
"Beetle Cat Moored"
A painting of a Beetle Cat moored in West Falmouth Harbor in the morning sun.
Nauset Light is the most well-known and photographed lighthouse on Cape Cod.
"Wings Neck Lighthouse"
Wings Neck Lighthouse, at the tip of Wing's Neck in Pocasset, guided navigation in and out of Buzzards Bay.
"Afternoon in Quissett"
Is a painting of a "Herreshoff 12½" resting peacefully in the afternoon sun. Quissett Harbor is the home to a fleet of 50.
"Red Right Returning"
Nobska Point Lighthouse is a classic style lighthouse situated at the entrance to Woods Hole. Today, most people view this lighthouse from a passing ferry boat as they travel from Martha's Vineyard to Woods Hole.
"Racing in West Bay"
Is a painting of rare Crosby "Wianno Junior" sailboats racing in Osterville.
"Resting in Quissett"
Is a painting of a famous Herreshoff "S" sailboat in Woods Hole. It was designed in 1919 by famous designer, Nat Herreshoff. There are 75 original wooden boats of this type still sailing today.
"Stage Harbor Light"
Stage Harbor Light served as a guide to vessels seeking refuge during bad weather and extreme fog which was common in Chatham.
"End of the Day"
Is a painting of a famous Beetle Cat which is returning to the harbor after a day of sailing on the bay.
Is a painting of a famous "Herreshoff 12½" designed by Nat Herreshoff in 1914. It has been acclaimed as one of the finest small sailing boats of all time.