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Stephen Pace
Am. 1918 - 2010 


Stephen Pace was a seasonal resident of Stonington, Maine for nearly 40 years and often painted at Monhegan as well.  Initially known for his abstract work, he slowly migrated to a looser representational style as can be seen in the iconic Maine painting below.  His work is included in over 50 museum collections including the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.


An exhibition of Stephen Pace's paintings and drawings was held at Fryeburg Academy's new Palmina F. and Stephen S. Pace Galleries.  A review of the exhibition, the new Pace Gallery and Stephen Pace's career can be found in the September 13, 2009 Audience section of the Maine Sunday Telegram.  Mr. Pace passed away on September 23, 2010 in Indiana where he had moved from Maine 3 years prior to his death.


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Maine Sentinels

24 x 36 in.

Oil on canvas

Signed and dated ""Pace -77" l.r.



The artist

to two Maine collectors

Barridoff Galleries

to a Maine collector














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This work was exhibited in the Palmina and Stephen Pace Gallery at Fryeburg Academy in 2009