Marine Artist Arnold Whitman Kanuth 1918-2017 Arnold grew up in New York City and Quissett Harbor between the wars. His education at Middlesex School, Harvard University, and the National Academy of Design giving breadth and curiosity, essential for a great artist. By happenstance Harrison Cady lived on the same floor at 27 West 67th in Manhattan and Arnold looked to Harrison as an advocate. Eventually, Arnold settled into Rockport across from the Cady home. Arnold’s father, Oswald, was a famous economist and advised his son that being an artist was a mistake. Against all odds Arnold persevered and flourished. His grandfather, George Henry Clements, was an artist and gave Uncle Arnold encouragement.