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Eastport Maine
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Eastport, Maine, 1920, Watercolor on paper.








































An Artist's Bedroom
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Grand Manan Island, 1938, Watercolor on paper.

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William Edward Bloomfield Starkweather, 1879-1969, was an American Impressionist painter.
This is a link to a photograph of William Starkweather from one of 60 Starkweather images in the Smithsonian American Art Museum collection. 

Starkweather was a student and friend of  Joaquin Sorolla in Spain and a student of John Henry Twachtman, Kenyon Cox and J. Carroll Beckwith at the Art Students League in New York City.  
Edward Hopper was Starkweather's neighbor and painting friend in Washington Square Park, NYC, NY.
Among Starkweather's many students are Luigi Lucioni, Paul Cadmus, Wilford Conrow and Carl Pfeufer.

Many of the paintings are from New York, Maine, Canada and Italy.
 
Mr. Starkweather was very active in bringing an artists colony to Brooklyn from Washington Square in Manhattan. In the 30's he was considered to be the Dean of the Brooklyn Artists Colony and was quoted in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, on Friday, March 5, 1937 for his belief.

This link is a YouTube video of the exhibition in the Art League of Long Island: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyE-1Bxy97I






Lower New York from the Battery
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New York, 1916, Oil on board.

Help us locate and catalog all of the remaining paintings by William Edward Bloomfield Starkweather.

The purpose of our web site is to bring back attention to William Edward Bloomfield Starkweather and to publish a book about his life and work.
 
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Swallow Tail Light
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Grand Manan Island, 1934, Watercolor on paper

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