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1960s Watching the Waves by Rubinow

Lost Art Salon

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1960s Watching the Waves by Rubinow

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Product Information

Vintage; 1960s
Good; light foxing and discoloration of paper
ink wash on paper
8" L x 4" H

Why We Love This

1960s ink wash on paper beach scene by Swedish-California artist Wiveca Rubinow (1920-1994). Rubinow was born in Stockholm, Sweden and studied art in Paris under Henri Matisse as a young adult prior to immigrating to Northern California. She made her living as an artist by showing her works at galleries in Calistoga and Mendocino (Ruth Carlson Gallery and the Depot Gallery). Signed with the artist's nickname, Vico, lower right. Unframed. Shipped with standard-size archival mat.
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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.