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Vintage

Jewel-Tone Abstract Painting

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Jewel-Tone Abstract Painting

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; minimal wear

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

oil on panel

Size:

26" L x 20" H

Why We Love This

Painting by the late poet, playwright, artist and founder of the Malibu Art Association, Curtis Zahn. Henry Miller, Christopher Isherwood and Anis Nin were all part of his literary circle. Zahn had a multi-layered textural style and a unique surrealist vision. Very few of his paintings survived the Malibu fire of 1969. Signed on verso.

Why We Love This

Painting by the late poet, playwright, artist and founder of the Malibu Art Association, Curtis Zahn. Henry Miller, Christopher Isherwood and Anis Nin were all part of his literary circle. Zahn had a multi-layered textural style and a unique surrealist vision. Very few of his paintings survived the Malibu fire of 1969. Signed on verso.