These paintings are available at

The Gallery at Four India
Nantucket, Massachusetts

508. 228. 8509


Steps Beach
11 x 14 Oil on Linen

Many steep steps must be descended to get to the beach.
Gentle surf. Lovely views of Nantucket Sound and Great Point.


9 x 12 Oil on Linen



Tupancy Links
11 x 14 Oil on Linen

Tupancy Links occupies a lovely area located between Nantucket Harbor and Cliff Road. A former nine hole golf course, the property was donated by Sallie Gail & Oswald “Tup” Tupancy in order to preserve its natural beauty and to prevent further development of this area of the island. There are approximately 1 ½ miles of clearly marked trails that wind through several of the course’s old holes (outlines of tees and greens are still visible) and pass by a spectacular view of Nantucket Harbor and the Island’s north shore.


Midday Brandt Point
12 x 16 Oil on Linen

This is America's second oldest light station and is located on Nantucket Island.
Brant Point Light's occulting red light is 26 feet above sea level,
making it one of the lowest of New England's lights.
It is seen by thousands of people each year as they enter and leave Nantucket on ferries
from the mainland.

Armand painting "Midday Brandt Point"


Madaket Evening
24 x 20 Oil on Linen


Sanford Farm Overlook
16 x 20 Oil
on Linen

On Nantucket Island, the Nantucket Conservation Foundation owns and protects from development, more than 8000 acres of beach, dunes, heathlands and other natural areas. Owned by the Foundation, the Sanford Farm provides hunting areas for short eared owls and northern harriers, both on the Massachusetts List of Endangered Species.


Sankaty Light From Milestone Road
12 x 16 Oil
on Linen

A distinct lighthouse located on Nantucket Island.
Built in 1850, it is still in operation.






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