Edward A. Page (1850 - 1928)
Vibrant Fields
oil on board, approx. 10" x 11", signed lower right

Known as one of the Lynn Beach Painters, Edward A. Page lived in Lynn and Swampscott, Massachusetts. He worked in the leather business until he was thirty-five, while studying art and sharing a studio with Frederick Porter Vinton. In 1883 he came to Lynn and became one of a group of local artists which included Charles Woodbury, C.E.L. Green, Nathanial Berry, Thomas Oliver, Edward Burrill and William Partridge Burpee. Page exhibited at the Boston Art Club, the Providence Art Club, the Salmagundi Club, the Lynn Art Club, and the Springfield Museum.