Mariner's Home: New Bedford Collection

This fine art print measures 20" x 16.75" and captures the Mariner's Home.  "Built in 1787, the Mariners’ Home was first a home for William Rotch Jr., located on what is now the corner of Water and William Streets. However, the history of the Home could be traced back to 1765, which is when the Rotch family moved from the island of Nantucket to New Bedford." source New Bedford Guide

Bobby Baker is one of New England's best coastal photographers" notes The Providence Journal.  Shutterbug Magazine calls his work "remarkable photography...monochrome images soar with crescendos that almost let you hear the surf and be swept along it."  And Cape Cod Life Magazine asserts his art's appeal, "Baker captures the Cape in remarkable fashion.  His black and white images are iconic in the same way as noted photographer Ansel Adams' are."

His award-winning photographic art has been widely published in magazines, books, on websites, and his limited edition prints have been collected and exhibited in galleries and private collections internationally. Bobby has been awarded Copley Artist status by the prestigious Copley Society of Art in Boston. His studio and fine art gallery are located in Cataumet on Cape Cod

 

 

 


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