Oil Painting Classical Bouquet Flowers Carnations Still Life After K.L. Huysum
* <span size="3" data-mce-style="font-size: medium;">1 Large Art Work Oil Painting Bouquet of Vibrant Flowers Floral Still Life After K.L. Huysum. </span>
- Subject still life classical floral display of sunflowers, foliage, roses, carnations in a vase etc.
- In the style of similar to the artist K.L.Huysum, who is a famous Dutch listed artist.
- This painting is signed by the famous American listed artist Robert Cox.
- He was born in 1934 and died in 2001, he studied at the Katharine Gibbs School of Art from 1953 until 1956.
- He joined Mayhew Peakes Inc as a graphic designer. He resigned in 1962 and moved to California where he married Majorie Cox in 1966.
- He found much inspiration for his floral paintings in California and became one of the most prolific painters of the 1970's and 1980's.
- He employed the palette knife to create his stylized flowers. Cox was a founder member of the Art Workers Coalition and very active in promoting the rights of artists
- Circa late 20th century 1980's.
- Beautifully controlled brush work.
- Oil on canvas.
- Such a pretty delightful happy colourful painting of flowers.
- Set in a wooden frame.
- We only sell fine oil paintings based on their quality & significance.
- A superb collectors item.
- With hanging thread on the back ready for immediate home display.
- Condition report offered in fine used condition.
- Having some noticeable stains to the canvas surface in places.
- Various wear, scuffs, chips to the frame also the frame has been overpainted with gold paint, brush marks, drips on the frame, commensurate with usage & age.
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- Cash upon collection is welcome.
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