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California Landscape by F. Grayson Sayre

Early California Antiques

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California Landscape by F. Grayson Sayre
California Landscape by F. Grayson Sayre
California Landscape by F. Grayson Sayre
California Landscape by F. Grayson Sayre
California Landscape by F. Grayson Sayre
California Landscape by F. Grayson Sayre
California Landscape by F. Grayson Sayre

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Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
oil on canvas/wood frame
Size:
18" W x 22" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

California Landscape by F. Grayson Sayre [1879-1930]. A highly successful illustrator who later became one of California”s best known desert landscape painters in both oil and watercolor. Sayre was born in Medoc, Missouri. His only formal art training was several months with portraitist J. Laurie Wallace in Omaha, Nebraska. A near fatal bout of diphtheria changed his life when doctors persuaded him to move to California.
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About Early California Antiques

Early California Antiques is dedicated to the sale of pre-1942 California antiques. Owner Eric Berg, with his discerning eye and deep knowledge of the period, has put together a fabulous collection of rare and classic Monterey, Spanish Revival, California and Mexican Colonial furniture and collectibles, as well as transitional pieces from the Middle East.

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