Wiscasset Bay Gallery opens “At Home and Abroad: Realism, Impressionism and Modernism.”

Maurice Lerouille, “Dusk”

The Wiscasset Bay Gallery invites the public to a new exhibition “At Home and Abroad: Realism, Impressionism and Modernism.” From along the Seine and the English coast back to New York and Rockport harbors, this exhibition focuses on European and American landscape and genre paintings spanning the Realism through Modernism movements. Modernist works are highlighted by “Dusk, 1921,” a pointillist painting by French post-impressionist Maurice Lerouille depicts a lone poplar at dusk, its singular form set against a richly colored sky filled with rolling clouds.

Recent works by contemporary artists Keith Oehmig, Geer Morton, Tom McCobb, Michael Graves, Don Stone, Guy Corriero, Marjorie Moskowitz, Tom Curry, Diana Johnson, J. Thomas R. Higgins, Roberta Goschke, Marjorie Moskowitz, Judith Magyar, Carlton Plummer and Joan Plummer will also be on display. The Wiscasset Bay Gallery is open daily from 10- 5:30 p.m. and is located at 67 Main Street, Route One, in historic Wiscasset village. For more information call 882-7682 or visit wiscassetbaygallery.com