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Standing Woman Back Turned Oil Painting on Linen Canvas by James Carlin

Standing Woman Back Turned Oil Painting on Linen Canvas by James Carlin

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Charming oil painting on clear primed linen canvas, allowing the natural color of the linen to provide the background. It features a woman standing and turning her back. It is signed by the artist, James Carlin, and sits in a wood frame, painted black on the outside.

Internationally acclaimed artist James Carlin, 1906-2005, was a master in the watercolor medium. He also experimented with oils, black-and-white graphics, and stained glass. The winner of many prestigious prizes, including the George A. Zabriskie Award presented by the National Academy in New York and the Silver Medal of Honor from the New Jersey Watercolor Society, he was active from the years before World War II through the 1970s.

Mr. Carlin’s work has been exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Academy of Design, the International Show at the Brooklyn Museum, and the Pennsylvania Academy. It has been shown throughout America as well as Europe and is part of many private and museum collections including the Montclair Art Museum and the Bissell Bedard Galleries in Utica, N.Y.

PERIOD: Mid-20th Century
CONDITION: Excellent
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 23.5" Width: 17.25" Depth: 1.5"
MATERIAL: Linen, Wood
CREATOR: James Carlin

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