Artist:  Lois Allen Charles

Description: Signed and numbered print on fine paper; framed

Size: 15’’ x 35’’

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In May 1976, the Secretary of the Interior designated the city of Cape May as a National Historic Landmark district. Today, it contains the largest colledtion of wealthy Victorian summer cottages, homes and hotels in existence.


Lois Allen Charles is a professional artist whose interest in American history and architecture is reflected in her paintings.  She works in watercolor, acrylic and pastel on paper and has been painting most of her life. Under the artist’s signature appear the letters “tyl”, this is her way of saying “thank you Lord” for themany blessings He has bestowed.  She hopes you enjoy her paintings and that they bring to mind a simpler time in American life.


(Eldridge Johnson House aka The Pink House (l), the Queen Victoria Inn (2nd on l.)



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