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Charcoal Figure by Rip Matteson

Lost Art Salon

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Charcoal Figure by Rip Matteson
Charcoal Figure by Rip Matteson
Charcoal Figure by Rip Matteson

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
charcoal and wash on light gray paper
Size:
22" L x 15" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

20th-century charcoal wash on light gray paper figure by Oakland artist Rip Matteson (1920-2011), who served as the President of the Carmel Art Association (1960s). During his career he was given the Phelan Award for Achievement in Art and the El Cerrito Memorial Award. He assisted the foundation of the Blackburn College art department. Unframed. Signed, lower left and estate stamped. Standard size archival mat.
As described by Lost Art Salon

About Lost Art Salon

Lost Art Salon is a San Francisco-based gallery that specializes in the rediscovery of historically significant artists and fine art collections reflecting the major styles and movements of the Modern Era. Open to the public, the gallery’s showroom offers over 5,000 paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and objects from the late 19th Century through the present, with a strong emphasis on 20th Century Modernism.