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J. Tofel Expressionist Watercolor Scene

Lost Art Salon

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J. Tofel Expressionist Watercolor Scene

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Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Materials:
watercolor on paper; frame, archival mat/wood/non-glare glass
Dimensions:
21"L x 1"W x 17"H
Color/finish:
gold/brown frame
Damages:
minor wear

Why We Love This

"Early-to-mid-20th-century watercolor on paper by important artist Jennings Tofel (1891-1959). Tofel was a New York painter who worked in the Expressionist style. He was friends with Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, who helped him receive an art grant that allowed him to live and work in Paris in the 1920s. His work is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Displayed in a restored midcentury frame using archival matting and etched non-glare glass."

About Lost Art Salon

For the past 11 years, artists Rob Delamater and Gaetan Caron’s Lost Art Salon has been a hub of inspiration and affordable period artwork ( called it “an obsessive collector’s stash of original 20th-century works”). Their fine-art collection includes thousands of original works from rediscovered and historically significant 20th-century and contemporary artists, with all framing done in-studio. In this mix: desirable pieces from their most collectible artists, including their own works.