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San Francisco Cable Car

Eliza Stone

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San Francisco Cable Car
San Francisco Cable Car
San Francisco Cable Car

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1960s

Condition:

Very Good; minor scratches on wood frame

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

oil on canvas/wood frame

Size:

27" L x 23" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

All aboard the Powell and Mason Streets cable car. This classic day-in-the-life of a San Francisco commuter speaks to the milieu of the 1960s. Rich colors and strong architectural lines are complemented by the subdued red in the foreground, highlighting the partial lettering of a Woolworth's sign. Signed lower left. Wood frame includes hanging wire.
As described by Eliza Stone

Why We Love This

All aboard the Powell and Mason Streets cable car. This classic day-in-the-life of a San Francisco commuter speaks to the milieu of the 1960s. Rich colors and strong architectural lines are complemented by the subdued red in the foreground, highlighting the partial lettering of a Woolworth's sign. Signed lower left. Wood frame includes hanging wire.

About Eliza Stone

The thrill of looking at a painting or an object of art, that feeling of mystery, textured, profound, haunting or simply indescribable is why I love art! This is the truth by which art speaks. I hold a masters degree in fine arts and have been collecting and selling art for more than 15 years. "Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist."-- Rene Magritte