Cape Elizabeth Light was first erected in 1828 to protect ships from the rocks and crashing waves as they approached the southern end of Portland Harbor, in Casco Bay, Maine. The keeper’s house is now privately owned. Only the eastern tower of the two that made up the light station until 1924 is active and licensed to American Lighthouse Foundation. American artist Edward Hopper painted a series of paintings of this lighthouse, which he called Lighthouse at Two Lights.
Image size: 11 X 14″.
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