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Tiller, 1968

C the Light Interiors

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Tiller, 1968
Tiller, 1968
Tiller, 1968
Tiller, 1968

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1960s

Condition:

Very Good; light frame finish wear

Materials:

oil on canvas board/wood frame

Size:

23.25" L x 1.5" W x 19.75" H

Color/Finish:

blue/green/persimmon

Why We Love This

Midcentury oil painting of a tiller in the autumn fields by California artist, Albert Irving Ennis (1912-1989), who was known for his landscapes. He studied under Richard Diebenkorn and Spencer Mackey. Signed and dated on verso. Displayed in a period gold and brown wood frame.
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Why We Love This

Midcentury oil painting of a tiller in the autumn fields by California artist, Albert Irving Ennis (1912-1989), who was known for his landscapes. He studied under Richard Diebenkorn and Spencer Mackey. Signed and dated on verso. Displayed in a period gold and brown wood frame.

About C the Light Interiors

Constance Smithwick, owner of C the Light Interiors, is passionate about light, art and nature. Look for unique midcentury lighting, art, furnishings and accessories that reflect light. All vintage lighting is professionally restored, rewired and ready to install.