LYONEL FEININGER NEW YORK Stockbridge, P.O.Box 231 June I6th, 1955 Mr. William I, Homer Curator, Museum of Art Oguiiquit, Maine Dear Mr. Homer Thank you very much for your kind -words of June 11th. I am glad to be represented in your coming exhibition by tiro watercolors, both having to do with the sea. I must also thank you for the two colored photographs which 1 received yesterday. Your Museum is indeed placed in a fine situation and I am sure I should enjoy visiting it; it seems quite on an ideal spot. It was pleasant to hear that you had visited our son, lux. I trust that when you come to New York you will also pay us a visitl With kind regards from my wife and myself, and best wishes for the Museum, Yours sincerely, Lyonel Feininger
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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