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Industrial Scene by Marshall Potter

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A newly reframed, 1950's mixed media on paper by California artist Marshall David Potter (1920-2005). Potter was known as a watercolorist of cityscapes and landscapes of the San Francisco Bay area. Many of his works from the 1940s to the 1960s were painted en plein aire, with the goal of displaying spontaneity and fluidity, which is certainly exemplified in this industrial scene. The work is a watercolor and has some gouache highlighting. The immediate impression is that it was influenced by the works of American artist Charles Sheeler. Education: after serving in World War II, Potter studied at the California College of Arts and Crafts and at UC Berkeley. He also studied at Mills College in Berkeley with Reginald Marsh. For over 30 years, Potter was employed as a commercial illustrator by advertising agencies in the San Francisco area. Source: THE CALIFORNIA STYLE: CALIFORNIA WATERCOLOR ARTISTS, 1925-1955, by Gordon T. McClelland & Jay T. Last

Condition
Excellent.

Measurements
36.5" w x 28.5" h x 1" d

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A newly reframed, 1950's mixed media on paper by California artist Marshall David Potter (1920-2005). Potter was known as a watercolorist of cityscapes and landscapes of the San Francisco Bay area. Many of his works from the 1940s to the 1960s were painted en plein aire, with the goal of displaying spontaneity and fluidity, which is certainly exemplified in this industrial scene. The work is a watercolor and has some gouache highlighting. The immediate impression is that it was influenced by the works of American artist Charles Sheeler. Education: after serving in World War II, Potter studied at the California College of Arts and Crafts and at UC Berkeley. He also studied at Mills College in Berkeley with Reginald Marsh. For over 30 years, Potter was employed as a commercial illustrator by advertising agencies in the San Francisco area. Source: THE CALIFORNIA STYLE: CALIFORNIA WATERCOLOR ARTISTS, 1925-1955, by Gordon T. McClelland & Jay T. Last

Condition
Excellent.

Measurements
36.5" w x 28.5" h x 1" d