ABOUT

Tony Junker

Following an accomplished career as an an architect in a partnership in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tony Junker turned his attention to a long postponed pursuit: exploration of the art of watercolor.  With a  home and studio in Maine as his base, he was particularly attracted to the works of the great American watercolorists inspired by that unique landscape, including Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, Edward Hopper, and the great painter-illustrators of the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Centuries, as epitomized by NC Wyeth.  This webpage is meant to be an ongoing collection of images, presented when and as they emerge.  Inquiries and comments are welcome.
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