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Seated Figure: Listed artist Don Bloom

William Jeffrey Gallery

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Seated Figure: Listed artist Don Bloom
Seated Figure: Listed artist Don Bloom
Seated Figure: Listed artist Don Bloom
Seated Figure: Listed artist Don Bloom
Seated Figure: Listed artist Don Bloom

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Vintage; 1960s
Country of Origin:
oil on canvas, painted wooden frame
16" L x 20" H

Why We Love This

Oil painting of a man in a chair by Don Bloom, a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient. Exhibited at the Whitney Museum. He also won a Huntington Hartford scholarship and spent time in California, influenced by Richard Diebenkorn, David Park, and the West Coast figural movement. Signed and dated 1964. Displayed in a white painted wooden strip frame with some paint loss and looseness to the frame. Painting is in very good condition with no repairs or damage. Some minor stretcher bar marks.
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About William Jeffrey Gallery

William Jeffrey Gallery is privileged to connect our valued clients with art that enhances their lives. Whether we are working with avant-garde decorators or advanced collectors, our mission is to offer paintings, sculptures, and objects that support an aesthetic vision. We've been involved in the art world for more than 20 years and specialize in midcentury art. Styles include abstraction, abstract expressionism, cubism, modernism, photorealism, and more.