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Edith Hamlin by Maynard Dixon, 1940
COLOR beige/black; frame, black
CONDITION Very Good; minor wear on paper consistent with age and use
DIMENSIONS 26" L x 3" W x 36" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE OF charcoal on paper; frame, wood
RETURNS Final Sale. This item is non-returnable.
A 1979 graduate of the University of California in aesthetic studies and fine art photography, I have spent many years photographing the California mountains and coast. I met Ansel Adams in 1979 at his Carmel studio and have been collecting California plein air paintings since 1986. I offer a wide variety of artists and genres and hope you enjoy my passion for paintings and sculpture.
Why we love this
Figurative charcoal sketch of Maynard Dixon's third wife Edith Hamlin by renowned California artist Maynard Dixon (American, 1875-1946). Presented in rustic painted wood frame double matted with glass. Image size, 10.5"H x 7.5"L. Signed and dated "M.D. Feb 1940." Born in Fresno, California on a ranch, Dixon studied at the Mark Hopkins Institute. He is best remembered for his Southwestern art as well as his strong linear WPA era paintings. Minor age wear on paper.
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