Peter Dunham was raised in France, summered in Spain, and was educated in England. After studying modern languages at Oxford University and international business at the American University in Paris, he moved to NYC for 15 years before settling in LA, where he launched his interior design company in 1998. His work has been described as vibrant and daring within a classical structur; a stylish blend of his European sensibility, American practicality, and zest.
Impressionist-style landscape of a Japanese village with a
figure by Hattie C. Fisher (1857-1913). Oil on canvas, 1912. Signed lower right, "H.C. Fisher 1912." Displayed in a painted wood frame. Image size, 30"L x 22"H.