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Woman on Path by A. Baltatu
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COLOR green/multi; frame, gold
DIMENSIONS 26.5" L x 22" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE IN Romania
MADE OF oil on board; frame, wood
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Oil on board by Adam Baltatu. Baltatu was a Romanian painter born in 1889. He attended the Superior Institute of Belle Arti in Rome. Between 1923 and 1929 he had 3 personal exhibitions in Italy under the tutelage of the Italian Ministry of Fine Arts. He returned to his native country in 1931 and he founded the Fine Arts Syndicate which attracted the golden age of Romania Art. He died in 1979. This work is signed lower right and is typical of his output.
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