New Works from Jerome Greene

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Harbor in Fog 16 by 20 $2,400 Close-up
Jerome Green Sisters Painting Jerome Greene Ryder Street Jerome Greene Sisters Jerome Greene Clammer Jerome Greene Clammers Jerome Greene Bang Street Jerome Greene Provincetown Alley Jerome Greene Teri M Jerome Greene Behind the Old Colony Jerome Greene Lone Dragger Jerome Greene Matreau Jerome Greene Jerome Greene Looking East Jerome Greene Terra Nova Jerome Greene Jerome Green Sisters Painting
Harbor in Fog 16 by 20 $2,400 Close-up
Ryder Street (Portuguese Square)11 by 12 $1,250 Close-up
Sisters 18 by 24 $2,600 Close-up
Clammer 11 by 14 $1,250 Close-up
Clammers 11 by 12 $1,250 Close-up
Bang Street 20 by 24 $2,800 Close-up
Provincetown Alley 9 by 12 $1,100 Close-up
Teri M 11 by 12 $1,100 Close-up
Behind the Old Colony 9 by 12 $1,100 Close-up
Lone Dragger 8 by 10 $950 Close-up
Mateau 7 by 5 $550 Close-up
A Day in Paradise 8 by 10 $950 Close-up
Looking East 11 by 14 $1,250 Close-up
Terra Nova 9 by 12 $1,100 Close-up
Richard and Arnold 11 by 14 $1,250 Close-up
Sisters 18 by 24 $2,600 Close-up
Waiting for the Right One 16 by 20 $2,400 Close-up
Ready for the Season 9 by 12 $950
My Tool Belt 8 by 10 $850

Jerome Greene paints in a style, reminiscent of the great masters of the Provincetown Art Colony. His image, “The Pat-Sea”, was chosen as the official painting of the 2019 Provincetown Portuguese Festival.

Jerome has been involved in the arts since childhood. His late father was commercial artist and professor at Central Connecticut State University and his older brother was a painter and sculptor. His family outings would almost always involve a visit to a museum or a craft show.

Jerome left the trades to pursue his lifelong ambition to become a fine artist and he landed in place that has nurtured artists since the first painter, Charles Hawthorne, opened a school here. He has developed a unique style by studying the Provincetown masters and working with award artists already established in the community. His range of work includes figures, landscape, studio paintings, but his passion remains painting from life, plain air style, in the visually rich peninsula of Provincetown. His work has been feature in many magazines and now is part of many important corporate and private collections.

Jerome Greene lives and maintains a studio in Provincetown, Massachusetts.