Thursday, October 15, 2009

seaside setting

Detail (about two-thirds of the complete work) of an untitled, unpublished tempera on board, ca. mid-1960s. The collection contains a number of similarly composed maritime paintings from this period, though colors and figures vary. If you have our recent book, The Sweetly Diabolic Art of Jim Flora, compare this setting with Salt Pond—Block Island on page 54.


Harley said...

This one reminds me a little bit of Ryohei Yanagihara.

Irwin Chusid said...

I've got to Google that name. Thanks for the teachable reference, Harley.