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Abstract Expressionist by H. Farlowe

Susan Calloway Fine Arts

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Abstract Expressionist by H. Farlowe

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Good; minor wear on frame and some craquelure
Country of Origin:
oil on canvas ood frame
3" L x 56.5" W x 64.5" H

Why We Love This

Abstract expressionist oil painting, dated 1964, by Horace L. Farlowe (1933-2006). Painted by Farlowe while doing graduate studies in sculpture at East Carolina University, this bold and dynamic painting shows the influence of midcentury expressionist masters. Farlowe was a very successful artist known for both his paintings and sculpture.
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Once you have placed your order, you will receive an email from us with tracking information about your item.
Shortly before the arrival date, our delivery service will contact you to schedule a delivery appointment.
Our delivery service will bring the item to your home, perform light assembly, and dispose of any trash.
1 $200
2 $250
3+ $350

About Susan Calloway Fine Arts

Since opening her gallery in Washington, D.C., almost 20 years ago, Susan Calloway has developed a following that ranges from young couples buying their first “real” work of art to celebrated interior designers like Tom Pheasant and Frank Babb Randolph. Works from the gallery’s fine-art collection have appeared in every major American design publication from Architectural Digest to Veranda.