Eel Through the Ice off Steinbeck's Point, Sag Harbor (Circa 1950's)

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Eel Through the Ice off Steinbeck's Point, Sag Harbor (Circa 1950's)

250.00

7" x 11"

The Buttonow brothers, pictured here, helped build part of John Steinbeck's house (located on the right side of the etching) where he wrote the famous novel "Of Mice and Men." Eel fishermen used to earn a living by catching eel through the ice and then selling them to New York restaurants. 

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