Vineyard Haven and West Chop Lighthouse

April 18, 2017


Vineyard Haven - 66 Main Street - Island Art 66 MAIN STREET – This is where Island Art Gallery is located now!
When ships were powered by wind and canvas, Vineyard Haven was one of New England’s busiest ports because of its strategic location on the sailing routes. Most of the coast wise shipping traveled through Vineyard Sound – 13,814 vessels were counted in 1845.
A beautiful Harbor, excellent shops and fine restaurants are only a few attractions so special to visitors and residents alike.

Bob Fitzgerald, View of Vineyard Haven Harbor.Ned Reade, Afternoon at the West Chop LightNed Reade, Main Street - Vineyard Haven

Bob Fitzgerald Giclées, Sam Close, Vineyard Haven Harbor, Ned Reade, Originals

.Black Dog Tavern.The Islander leaving Vineyard Haven.Kleekamp - West Chop Light
Robert E. Kennedy  Tiles-  artprints and Kathryn Kleekamp, West Chop Light
John R. Breckenridge, Vineyard Haven Harbor Sunrise

John R. Breckenridge, Vineyard Haven Harbor Sunrise – available matted or framed

Kathryn Kleekamp, Black Dog Tavern
Kathryn Kleekamp, Black Dog Tavern – artprint


Uta Kloss Photography – West Chop Light and Vineyard Haven Harbor

Artwork shown on this page is also sold unframed. Please call 508-693-3948 for pricing and availability or leave a comment in the comment box under the artwork.

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November 23, 2017, 12:11 am
real feel: 27°F
current pressure: 30 in
humidity: 72%
wind speed: 7 m/s NNW
wind gusts: 10 m/s
sunrise: 6:40 am
sunset: 4:18 pm

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