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Painted in a delightful naive style, this large oil painting depicts a fishing and lobster village in a little New England waterfront cove.

A cabin criuser named "Nancy" floats at a mooring in the harbor, and lobster traps are piled on the docks, waiting for their next catch.

Off in the distance, secluded in the lush forest of pine trees are little waterfront cabins. Larger homes sit atop the hill above the cove, with access below via a wood railed stairway .

The painting, done on artist board and signed by Bob Lutz, measures 18 by 24 inches. The description on the back describes the painting as "Maine LObster Cove 1962" Bob Lutz.