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FL Highwaymen Lemuel Newton / Oil on Masonite

16.5 X 20 (with frame)



The youngest of the three Newton brothers, Lemuel (1950 - 2014) joined his older brother in Fort Pierce as a teenager sometime in the 60s, where he and fellow Highwaymen painter Willie Reagan began earning some money by preparing artist Alfred Hair’s Upson board surfaces, eventually moving on to learning to paint from his brother Harold. Much like his brothers, Newton was a careful painter who cared about the quality of his work. He painted typical Highwaymen scenes of flame trees, swamps, palms, beaches, and sunsets with great attention to detail, and was adept with utilizing warm and inviting color palettes in his work.

FL Highwaymen Lemuel Newton Oil Painting

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