Frank Milby

"Dyer Street"
"Dyer Street"

28"x36", oil on canvas

"Fishing Boats"
"Fishing Boats"

30"x40", oil on canvas

"Lilacs"
"Lilacs"

24"x30"

"Boats in Harbor"
"Boats in Harbor"

24"x30", oil on canvas

"Low Tide"
"Low Tide"

20"x24", oil on canvas

"Provincetown Wharf"
"Provincetown Wharf"

24"x36", oil on canvas

"Provincetown Fishing Boat"
"Provincetown Fishing Boat"

20"x24", oil on canvas

"Spring Flowers"
"Spring Flowers"

24"x30", oil on canvas

"Pansies"
"Pansies"

20"x24", oil on canvas

"Provincetown Winter"
"Provincetown Winter"

30"x40", oil on canvas

"White House, Provincetown II"
"White House, Provincetown II"

20"x24", oil on canvas

"Joan and Tom"
"Joan and Tom"

30"x40", oil on canvas

Frank Milby, originally from Queens, New York City, began his painting career as a portrait artist in Greenwich Village and New Orleans. He then moved to Provincetown, where he has been living for the past thirty-five years. Initially, he continued as a portrait artist at the "Starving Artist Studio", but gradually his work expanded into many different genres. He continually surprises his viewers with a vast number of subject matters, moods and palettes. In spring, he is excited by the multitude of native flowers, anxious to capture the lilacs before their short season takes them away. In winter, his somber palette of grays and blues depict scenes of thick clouds and foggy seascapes. He is drawn to fishing boats, lonely Truro houses, seagulls, trees, bowls of fruit and figures, as well. The unusual diversity of Milby's painting continues to arouse our interest and respect.

Frank Milby, originally from Queens, New York City, began his painting career as a portrait artist in Greenwich Village and New Orleans. He then moved to Provincetown, where he has been living for the past thirty-five years. Initially, he continued as a portrait artist at the "Starving Artist Studio", but gradually his work expanded into many different genres. He continually surprises his viewers with a vast number of subject matters, moods and palettes. In spring, he is excited by the multitude of native flowers, anxious to capture the lilacs before their short season takes them away. In winter, his somber palette of grays and blues depict scenes of thick clouds and foggy seascapes. He is drawn to fishing boats, lonely Truro houses, seagulls, trees, bowls of fruit and figures, as well. The unusual diversity of Milby's painting continues to arouse our interest and respect.