John Hartell Painting

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John Hartell Painting

2,600.00

$2,600

United States
1989

Oil on canvas in original painted frame, in a style that might be described as abstract impressionist, by artist and educator John Hartell (1902-1995). Dated 1989 and with a partial label from Kraushaar Gallery in New York City, where he exhibited from 1943-1989. Noted for his experiments with nuanced and luminous color, Hartell taught architecture and painting at Cornell for decades; Richard Meier was one of his students. His work was included in exhibitions at MoMA, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Whitney, MFA Houston, and the Walker Art Center. The present work closely approximates a 1980 painting titled "Mecox II," painted on the eastern end of Long Island--presumably the naturalistic setting depicted here. Initialled and dated centre bottom.

Condition
Fine original condition with only very minor wear consistent with age.

Measurements
Height: 10.75 in.
Width/length: 10.75 in.
Depth: 1.75 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Materials/techniques: Oil on canvas

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