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1. Paul Landry Flower Market   $295.00

The Flower Market on a summer’s day is like a gracious hostess with her arms open wide, ready with an abundant mixture of sweet fragrances and the entire tantalizing spectrum of color. Flowers stir gentle and loving memories, it’s their nature. Most everyone who visits today will carry some treasure home in their arms, if not their hearts.

2. Paul Landry Flower Market   $495.00

The Flower Market on a summer’s day is like a gracious hostess with her arms open wide, ready with an abundant mixture of sweet fragrances and the entire tantalizing spectrum of color. Flowers stir gentle and loving memories, it’s their nature. Most everyone who visits today will carry some treasure home in their arms, if not their hearts.

3. Paul Landry Cottage by the Sea   $395.00

Home is a combination of many things: structure, people, time and most of all, love. It’s the whole of these parts that makes up one of the most consistent aspects of our lives. Only through the accumulation of care, experience and time does the house you are living in become your home.

Many of the older Cape Cod cottages we see along the Northeast’s shores were built by the seafaring men of New England: the carpenters, shipwrights and fisherman. Their homes were constructed like their ships and boats, sturdy practical and set low to withstand the winds borne by the sea.

Paul Landry likes to paint them so they do not dominate the land around them, like a mansion. Rather, they are part of their space, nestled snugly in their surrounding of trees and gardens. A favorite element is a white picket fence, centered with a trellis to invite visitors in. Humble, simple and beautiful, these cottages are uniquely our own.

Pining for the joys of warm summer breezes? Beside the bay is a little cottage, nestled in by a picket fence adjacent to an arbor. The flowers burst with color and beauty all summer long, while the water reflects the multi-blue shades of the sky. Enjoy the fresh breath of balmy salt air year-round with Paul Landry’s Cottage by the Sea.

4. Paul Landry Southport in Winter   $395.00

No matter where you spend the winter, the simple joys found in this charming snow scene are sure to make your season bright. In Southport, the only sounds you hear as you stroll down to the harbor on this perfect morning is the random clank of a halyard slapping against the mainmasts of one the sailboats in the winter’s frostbiting fleet.

5. Paul Landry Greenhouse   $325.00

Spring, the season of rebirth, calls for celebrating the fragrance and the splash of delicate color»all spilling forth from the greenhouse. The winter toil to jump start the flowers now seems worth every bit of the effort. Who won’t savor the dewy fragrance of these blooms or long to touch their satiny petals? It’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor.

A Paul Landry painting will brighten a room by its very presence. Invite this Greenhouse into your home and watch the smiles of friends and family as they enjoy the view.

6. Paul Landry Lobster Fisherman SMALLWORK EDITION ON   $225.00

7. Paul Landry Autumn Barn   $495.00

Stopping by a country farm is a rite of the fall season for many people. New England artist Paul Landry lovingly captures the familiar scene. Crimson and gold maple leaves, fragrant with the earthy aroma of the season, drift gently down. The old barn is filled with late harvest abundance. Crisp apples, sweet and tart, will be eaten on the ride home or squirreled away for Thanksgiving pies and applesauce. Pots of bright chrysanthemums wait outside, looking for a home on your front stoop, along with the first couple of pumpkins that are ready for carving or eating. The Autumn Barn holds the last light of an Indian summer afternoon and advertises that secret ingredient in the very best apple pies: “Pick your own.”

8. Paul Landry A Sailors Garden   $435.00

Artist Paul Landry is known for his images of colorful gardens and scenes of maritime life. In his latest fine art limited edition, A Sailor's Garden, Landry combines both of these worlds to create both a beautiful composition and a collector's dream come true. Radiant with hues and warm with nostalgic ambiance, Landry's images tenderly wed flowers with our own universal fond memories. His own love of gardening is his inspiration. Of A Sailor's Garden, Landry says Even though the sailor may be at sea for months at a time and enjoy it immensely, he also loves the time spent in his garden caring for the earth. Both sea and land calling his heart and hand. But, I wonder, if he had to make a choice, would he agree that there is no place like home? And is there truly any other place like your own garden?

9. Paul Landry Bay Skaters   $450.00

When we were children, winter meant one thing: snowy fun. It meant days off from school spent building snowmen, sledding down the tallest, scariest hill in town or stockpiling snowballs for the battle of the year. As adults, we often lose sight of the magic of winter amidst thoughts of shoveling the driveway or frozen water pipes. We forget the simple pleasures of skating on a frozen pond, mitten-in-mitten with a loved one. Paul Landry has not forgotten and Bay Skaters, his newest Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Limited Edition, celebrates the very best of winter. This classic New England scene will bring good cheer and warm memories all year long.

10. Paul Landry Sailing Home   $695.00

The seascapes of artist Paul Landry have long been favorites among his collectors. In the tradition of his previous maritime fine art limited editions Eventide and A Schooner’s Return, this latest release, Sailing Home, honors all the seamen who sailed these magnificent schooners.“For generations, schooners and other craft have fished the banks off of New England, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia,” Landry remembers.“They could be out for weeks at a time, fishing until their vessels could hold no more, before racing back home from the banks. My Uncle Joe and his sons sailed these crafts in the 1930s and ’40s, and shared many sea stories with me. As much as they found fun and excitement on the water, one of their fondest memories was returning home afterward.”

11. Paul Landry EVENTIDE   $595.00

For generations, schooners and other craft have fished the banks off of New England, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. In Eventide, Paul has tried to capture the atmosphere of a harbor town rich with such a heritage and pride. And, in such a place, even the oldest and most ornery of these salts pause to take notice of such a majestic end to the working day.

12. Paul Landry New England Winter   $395.00

Whether it’s a warm memory of his childhood in Nova Scotia or the simple charm of New England life, artist Paul Landry presents us with his enduring message of hope and home. Landry’s ability to make the peace and happiness of the holiday season last all year long is one of the reasons his winter scenes have long been a staple of the Greenwich Workshop Holiday Catalogue. Each Christmas, Paul has offered his collectors a timeless classic, and this year’s offering, New England Winter, is no exception. No matter where you spend the winter, the simple joys found in this charming snow scene are sure to make your season bright.

13. Paul Landry FAIRWINDS Limited Edition   $275.00

Feathery clouds roll by above, sending down their breezes to blow off the water and cool the shore. Paul Landry invites you to join him on another tranquil excursion on (through) this beautiful summer’s day. The winds billow the boats’ sails and sending their passengers off to a day of adventure and fun on the water. Those who decide to stay ashore can fill their day fishing, picnicing or lazing in the sun. No matter how you choose to spend this most perfect of days, you’ll be able to return again and again as this piece brightens the mood of any room.



We’d like to make sure you know that the canvas edition of this painting is the largest canvas we’ve ever produced of Paul’s, and we don’t expect it to last long. The paper edition is larger in size and smaller in number than most other’s of Paul’s as well. Don’t let this summer’s day pass you by!

14. Paul Landry FAIRWINDS   $1295.00

Feathery clouds roll by above, sending down their breezes to blow off the water and cool the shore. Paul Landry invites you to join him on another tranquil excursion on (through) this beautiful summer’s day. The winds billow the boats’ sails and sending their passengers off to a day of adventure and fun on the water. Those who decide to stay ashore can fill their day fishing, picnicing or lazing in the sun. No matter how you choose to spend this most perfect of days, you’ll be able to return again and again as this piece brightens the mood of any room.



We’d like to make sure you know that the canvas edition of this painting is the largest canvas we’ve ever produced of Paul’s, and we don’t expect it to last long. The paper edition is larger in size and smaller in number than most other’s of Paul’s as well. Don’t let this summer’s day pass you by!

15. Paul Landry ANTIQUE BARN   $645.00

There's nothing like stumbling upon a great old, Yankee antique barn. Well, congratulations, you just found one! First to greet you is the family puppy. You are invited to relive your childhood dreams via the beautiful carousel pony, or marvel at the patterns of Aunt Martha's quilts. Come inside to explore a treasure trove of memories that are yours for the asking. On your way home, remember one thing: You're always welcome to return.

16. Paul Landry EVENING RADIANCE   $495.00

The simple beauty and the soft, peaceful glow left by evening showers is truly a gift of nature, Paul says, and I'm happy to share it with you.

17. Paul Landry AUNT MARTHAS AUTUMN HEIRLOOM   $550.00

Paul Landry fondly remembers his autumn visits to Aunt Martha’s farm and tasting the secret ingredient of her apple pie. “She didn’t live very far from us but it always seemed like a long ride because we couldn’t wait to get there,” recalls Paul. “She had vegetable bins filled to overflowing, baskets of glorious flowers, big pumpkins waiting to be carved and plenty of green and red apples for making pies. But when she baked her apple pie, you had to be quick. They were the perfect blend of sweet and tart and she’d tempt you with warm slices. Who could resist?”
Stopping by a country farm is a rite of the fall season for many people. Paul captures this charming scene as a cool autumn breeze blows in from the fields. Crimson and gold maple leaves, fragrant with the earthy aroma of the season, cascade gently down on the roof of her roadside stand. Published from the artist’s original oil painting.

18. Paul Landry CECILIAS GARDEN   $595.00

As Paul tells us, “I like to imagine that my grandmother Cecilia, a sea captain’s wife, grew up in a harborside garden like this one. I can see her stepping lightly down the footpath, setting a basket upon the dew-rich grass, and tending each lovely flower with a gentle hand.” Published from the artist’s original oil painting. Available in both a print and canvas edition.

19. Paul Landry A CHRISTMAS WISH   $275.00

With all the eagerness of kids waiting up to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus, Landry collectors look forward to the release of Paul’s annual Christmas piece. Always drawing on warm memories of his boyhood in Nova Scotia, Paul creates classic holiday scenes of timeless joy. This year’s image, A Christmas Wish, offers a special personal touch as wellthe toy maker’s name on the shop sign is derived from Joseph, Thomas and Hope, the names of Paul and Mary Landry’s three children. Published from the artist’s original oil wash painting.
Available in both a print and giclTe canvas edition.

20. Paul Landry SUMMER POTPOURRI Limited Edition   $600.00

21. Paul Landry VERANDAH   $450.00

Though her book deserves savoring on this peaceful summer day, this young reader will often find herself glancing at the view, enticed by the gentle stirring of the bay winds. The place on the page may be lost, but the moments of reverie are just as enjoyableůperhaps even more so. Landry collectors old and new will be delighted to know that we are releasing Verandah as a Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Canvas embellished by a brass title plate.

22. Paul Landry A CHRISTMAS MORNING (REMARQUE) Limited Edition   $325.00

The door's open just a crack for taking a peekůin case Santa hasn't left yet. It's Christmas morning at last! Gifts will be opened, happy voices will be heard and smiles will abound. Rewards for being good all year will be realized and treasured.ŕ

23. Paul Landry JOSEPHS CORNER   $495.00

How do you get to a place called Joseph's Corner? Well, just stay on the road and you'll come to it, on the right-hand side. You can find fresh milk and eggs, prime meats and even his wife's homemade bread. You'll also find flashlights, cereal, mousetraps, potatoes and candy,. When the time is right, there are garden tools, seeds and some plants that are already started for you. There's feed for your animals, too. Tom will fill up your tank, help carry your groceries and even teach you yo-yo tricks, if you'd like. He's a pro.

Joseph's is a favorite spot and everyone should have such a place to remember.

24. Paul Landry JOSEPHS CORNER REMARQUE   $795.00

How do you get to a place called Joseph's Corner? Well, just stay on the road and you'll come to it, on the right-hand side. You can find fresh milk and eggs, prime meats and even his wife's homemade bread. You'll also find flashlights, cereal, mousetraps, potatoes and candy,. When the time is right, there are garden tools, seeds and some plants that are already started for you. There's feed for your animals, too. Tom will fill up your tank, help carry your groceries and even teach you yo-yo tricks, if you'd like. He's a pro.

Joseph's is a favorite spot and everyone should have such a place to remember.

25. Paul Landry Evening At The Flower Market   $695.00

In 1990, Paul first invited us to share a visit to "The Flower Market." That exquisite image, radiant with color and warm with nostalgic ambiance, was embraced by collectors and sold out at once. Over the ensuing years, Paul has often brought us back to sample the market’s delights, ever changing with the seasons and the hours. Now he returns to the scene at twilight, bathing each richly colored bloom in an incandescent glow . . . . We don’t know any other artist who weds flowers with memories as tenderly as Paul does. "Evening at the Flower Market" evokes one’s fondest recollections of country living — its simple and most rewarding pleasures. At the same time, one reaps a bounty for the senses. Who doesn’t savor the dewy fragrance of these blooms or long to touch their satiny petals? It’s almost an embarrassment of riches to add that the piece complements virtually any décor . . . but there, we’ve gone and said it!