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Vintage

Abstract Watercolor

Bibi Proctor Galleries

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Era:
Contemporary; 1990s
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
watercolor on paper
Size:
38" L x 30" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Dynamic and etheral abstract with exquisite brushstrokes and striking color tonal changes throughout the substantial work. Entitled Knock, Knock, Knocking on Heaven's Door, and dated 1992. Signed "V" and inscribed on verso. Watercolor on paper. Unframed. Custom matted.
As described by Bibi Proctor Galleries

About Bibi Proctor Galleries

Bibi Proctor Galleries offers an inspired collection of art and objects from antiquity to modern. Established New York fine art and antiques dealer Robert Proctor and his wife, "Bibi" Maria, a longtime vintage art and antiques Vermont dealer, merged their lives and inventory in L.A. and began BPG. The collection spans periods and genres, from 13th century Chinese sculpture to 1950s kitsch. From the West coast to the East, they travel across the country acquiring beautiful and delightful art.