George Wesley Bellows’ turbulent and brooding Storm Sea, 1913, a haunting homage to Winslow Homer that encapsulates Maine’s untamable spirit, could sell for $150,000 in Heritage Auctions’ May 2 American Fine Art Auction. The auctions brings together a cavalcade of works by the country’s most revered painters. “This auction celebrates the history of American Art, with strong offerings by top artists in the category,” said Aviva Lehmann, Director of American Art at Heritage Auctions. “From important Illustration to stellar Ash Can, Western and Modernist material, this auction typifies first-class examples across the field.” John Marin’s iconic watercolor Lighthouse, Stonington, Maine, from 1921, stands as an important contribution to the artist’s body of work following his discovery of Maine’s rugged outcrops and churning sea (est. $100,000+). Rockwell Kent’s exquisite, luminous

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