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John Stancin, The Bridge

Haskell Antiques

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John Stancin, The Bridge
John Stancin, The Bridge
John Stancin, The Bridge

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watercolor on paper/mat/metal frame
18" W x 11.5" H

Why We Love This

Surrealist watercolor by John Stancin. Signed "J. Stancin" lower left. John J. Stancin studied at the Chicago Art Institute, with Al Landers in New York, and with Al Lecoque, pupil of August Renoir. On the West coast, he became the director of the American Academy of Fine Arts. His paintings were hung in Lyndon Johnson's and Hubert Humphrey's private offices.
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About Haskell Antiques

Haskell Antiques was formed in 1969 by Michael Haskell in Santa Barbara, California. Michael Haskell is one of the most respected antique dealers in the world. His son, Eric Haskell, is now a partner in the business. Eric learned about antiques from birth. Eric also owns an interior and furniture design business, Haskell Design, Inc. Haskell Antiques clients include museums, top decorators and celebrity collectors. Both avid surfers, the Haskells often bring their boards when treasure hunting.