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  • Cape Elizabeth Light

    Cape Elizabeth Light is at the entrance to Portland Maine's harbor. It is one of two steel towers that were built in 1874. The two lights were originally used as range light that led the way into the harbor. This pair of lights replaced another pair that had been built of rubblestone in 1828. The remaining light in now automated, and no longer requires a keeper.

    This pencil drawing was created in December of 2003. The size of the original is 15X20 and is drawn on 140# archival paper.

    The piece is double matted in greys, and backed by Foam-core. The matted size is 25X20.

    The original "Cape Elizabeth" is for sale.