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Portrait of a Lady

Lynn Goldfinger-Abram

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Portrait of a Lady
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Product Information

Vintage; 1910-1950
Very Good; small area of paint loss and wood loss
Country of Origin:
oil on canvas/wood frame
29" L x 2" W x 27.75" H

Why We Love This

Oil painting portrait of a lady by listed artist, Georgia Crittenden Bemis (1908 - 2008). Bemis was born in Delano, MN and moved to San Diego, CA in 1928. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and with Pauline DeVol, Charles Reiffel, Otto Schneider, and Ruth Norton Ball. After five years in San Diego, she moved to the San Francisco Bay area. Portraits became her specialty, both in oil and various sculpture media.
As described by Paris Hotel Boutique

About Paris Hotel Boutique

Since 1995, San Francisco-based antiques enthusiast Lynn Goldfinger-Abram has built a successful business sharing her passion for vintage and one-of-a-kind items, bringing her selection to the internet in 2002 with the opening of Paris Hotel Boutique. Her carefully edited inventory includes European furnishings, hotel silver, jewelry, lighting, first-edition books and accessories dating from the late 1800s through the mid-20th century, reflecting a glamorous bygone era. .