Isle Of Shoals is a 1901 Impressionist watercolor painting by American artist Childe Hassam. This work is located in the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., United States.
The painting depicts a view of the rocky coast of the Isle of Shoals in New Hampshire. Hassam’s use of light and color creates a serene and tranquil atmosphere, with the rocky cliffs and still water waves of the Atlantic Ocean against a peaceful sky. The painting showcases Hassam’s mastery of the Impressionist style, with its loose brushstrokes and emphasis on capturing the mood and atmosphere of a moment in time. Isle of Shoals is a simple celebration of the natural beauty of the New England coast, and an exploration of the relationship between light, color, and the natural world.