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A Special Silent Auction to Benefit
The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust

Homer House from the Cliff Walk, Proutís Neck - By Henry Isaacs
Homer House from the Cliff Walk, Prout's Neck
Oil on Canvas, 30"H x 40"W framed in Cherry. Click to enlarge


Homer House from the Cliff Walk, Proutís Neck - By Henry Isaacs view framed
Close-up of flowers in Homer House from the Cliff Walk, Proutís Neck - By Henry Isaacs view flowers
Close-up of house in Homer House from the Cliff Walk, Proutís Neck - By Henry Isaacs view house
Close-up of rocks in Homer House from the Cliff Walk, Proutís Neck - By Henry Isaacs view rocks

Homer House from the Cliff Walk, Prout's Neck

By Henry Isaacs

Original Painting on View at the CELT Office, 330 Ocean House Road, Cape Elizabeth


Proceeds from the auction will benefit CELTís
Saving Capeís Great Places
initiative.

The Auction will extend to Sunday, November 3rd.

THE AUCTION IS CLOSED

Please see auction rules below.

Henry Isaacs currently lives and works on Little Cranberry Island, Islesford, Maine. He has painted at sites throughout the United States and abroad, including Europe and Africa. For more than thirty years, his paintings have focused on the natural and inhabited landscape. In the 1970ís and 1980ís, Henry often painted figure poses over a period of many weeks. Today, he returns to favorite locations, as if to a still life, bringing even greater intensity to his plein-air paintings.

The recipient of numerous grants and awards, Isaacs received degrees in painting and printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design and at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London. Isaacs has taught in art schools in England and Italy, as well as in the United States, where he taught for many years at Massachusetts College of Art. His work is represented by Gleason Fine Art, Islesford Dock Gallery, and Warm Springs Gallery in Virginia.

Henry Isaacsí paintings may be found in public and corporate institutions as well as in private collections across the country. Universities, law firms, conference centers, banks and individuals have commissioned paintings and drawings of specific locations.

CELT is grateful to Henry Isaacs for his generosity in making this silent auction possible. His love of nature, so evident in his work, complements CELTís mission to permanently conserve and provide stewardship for lands cherished by the community.

Visit Henry Isaacs' web site

Read a review of Henry Isaacs' work

Silent Auction Rules

  • This is a reserved price Auction. Should the reserve price not be reached, the painting will not be sold.
  • Bidders will be required to provide contact information (including an e-mail address) prior to placing any bids.
  • Bidders must be 18 years of age or older to participate.
  • Bids must be placed in minimum increments of at least $100 above the then current bid.
  • Bidders will be notified via e-mail when their current bid has been exceeded.
  • Bidding will continue via CELTís website from Friday, October 4th through Sunday, November 3, 2013, the date of CELTís Annual Meeting.
  • At the Annual Meeting, bids may be placed in person using computer terminals to be provided by CELT. Bidding will continue via the Internet until 7:00 p.m., at which time Auction bidding will close, unless the bidding is still active.
  • The last bid entered that adheres to the designated increment shall constitute the winning bid. In the event of a dispute, the online silent auction chair will act as the final authority.
  • The winning bidder will be announced at the conclusion of the Annual Meeting on November 3, 2013. Should the winning bidder not be present at the Annual Meeting, CELT will notify the winner the following day.
  • Payment for the painting will be due immediately upon notification to the winning bidder.
  • Should shipping of the painting be required, packing, postage and/or delivery fees, including related insurance charges, will be the responsibility of the winning bidder.
  • CELT will notify the winning bidder of the portion of the purchase price, if any, that qualifies for a tax deduction. This will be a function of the purchase price as related to the paintingís market value.



Thank you for supporting the
Cape Elizabeth Land Trust!