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Artist's Studio by Arthur L. Kaye

Wallbangers

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Artist's Studio by Arthur L. Kaye
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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; small amount of chipping paint on edges

Materials:

oil and acrylic on canvas board

Size:

24" L x 18" W

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

Artist's studio scene by Arthur L. Kaye. (1915-2010). Kaye moved to Los Angeles in 1925 and worked as a graphic artist for the Los Angeles Times. He exhibited at the California Watercolor Society, 1950; Mellon Gallery (Arcadia), 2005. Unframed.
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Why We Love This

Artist's studio scene by Arthur L. Kaye. (1915-2010). Kaye moved to Los Angeles in 1925 and worked as a graphic artist for the Los Angeles Times. He exhibited at the California Watercolor Society, 1950; Mellon Gallery (Arcadia), 2005. Unframed.

About Wallbangers

Wallbangers is owned by husband and wife team Michael and Ruth Storc. Aside from their full time design jobs—Ruth's as an interior designer and HGTV show producer, and Michael's as an artist and graphic designer—this duo hunts constantly for beautiful art and objects. Together they curate an array of vintage finds, hand-crafted treasures, and timeless artworks.