T Bailey/Wm Paskell (MA, 19th/20th Century) 20x16 , O/C , signed lower right , "Clipper Lightning" , Depicting: ship built ca 1892 by Donald McKay T. Bailey, the pseudonym of several artists associated with the Massachusetts communities around Cape Ann, who painted for the tourist trade during the early to mid-20th century. After 1910 a large number of marine paintings by unknown artist "T. Bailey" flooded the market — all sold by an artist's representative/dealer by the name of Morris Hambro (1860-1938). William Frederick Paskell (1866-1951) has been suggested as being one of the painters of "T. Bailey's works. Davenport's Art Reference has him listed as Bailey, T. (William Paskell 1866-1961) whose subject matter consisted of harbors, docks, ships, and elk. It has been thought that Paskell used two pseudonyms: T. Bailey and H. H. Howe.