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Landscape by Eliot Clark

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An oil on panel landscape scene of a 'hollow' in Virginia by American artist Eliot Candee Clark (1883 - 1980). Painted in a quick, Impressionist style, the painting exhibits short, jabbing brush strokes with some light impasto. The panel itself measures 16" wide by 11.5" high. The panel is mounted in a gold leafed wooden frame with a brass name plaque; the overall dimensions are shown within this listing. Clark had moved from New York to Virginia in 1932 and this painting is most likely part of a group that he painted shortly after his arrival. Background: He is known as an American Impressionist and was one of the few Impressionists associated with the Southern United States. Clark's was a child prodigy who influenced by his father, American artist Walter Clark and by being in the company of his father's friends, namely John Twachtman, Edward Potthast, Joseph DeCamp and Frank Duveneck. Throughout his life, Clark exhibited extensively and painted up until his death in 1980. He was a member and often an officer of many art associations.

Condition
EXCELLENT

Measurements
20" w x 15.5" h x 1" d

 

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An oil on panel landscape scene of a 'hollow' in Virginia by American artist Eliot Candee Clark (1883 - 1980). Painted in a quick, Impressionist style, the painting exhibits short, jabbing brush strokes with some light impasto. The panel itself measures 16" wide by 11.5" high. The panel is mounted in a gold leafed wooden frame with a brass name plaque; the overall dimensions are shown within this listing. Clark had moved from New York to Virginia in 1932 and this painting is most likely part of a group that he painted shortly after his arrival. Background: He is known as an American Impressionist and was one of the few Impressionists associated with the Southern United States. Clark's was a child prodigy who influenced by his father, American artist Walter Clark and by being in the company of his father's friends, namely John Twachtman, Edward Potthast, Joseph DeCamp and Frank Duveneck. Throughout his life, Clark exhibited extensively and painted up until his death in 1980. He was a member and often an officer of many art associations.

Condition
EXCELLENT

Measurements
20" w x 15.5" h x 1" d