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Robert Watson Original Oil Painting on Canvas titled "Solitary and Boat"
Accepting Offers Now: Up for sale is this All Original, Authentic, Oil on Canvas Painting by Watson titled, "Solitary and Boat". The colors and expressionistic imagery that Watson has used to depict this scene are absolutely striking. Clearly the vision running through Watson's mind was an idealistic place of serenity, giving the viewer a sneak peek at his innermost desires and values. Of all the paintings and colorful masterpieces Watson has created, very few are more desirable than the ones where he pays tribute to idealistic seascape through his scenes like the one depicted here. The custom framing matches Watson's ideals as well and it looks absolutely Stunning In Person! A gallery certificate of authenticity accompanies the purchase of this painting. Do not miss your chance to own an AUTHENTIC, Robert Watson ORIGINAL painting... SUBMIT THOSE OFFERS NOW!!
ROBERT WATSON:Artist Robert Watson (1923 - 2004), was born in Martinez, Ca. Often referred to as a surrealist and a neo-romanticist, Watson was largely a self-taught artist. In the early 1940s, Robert spent several years in New York City studying the works of the old masters at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and other museums. He later spent eight weeks studying with Frederick Taubes at the University of Wisconsin before moving to Berkeley, where he lived for many years. Influenced by the likes of Guardi, Titian and Canaletto, Watson favored a technique developed by Venetian masters; the underlying of hot color with cold color and vice versa. Robert got his first significant notoriety in 1947 with a one-man show at Gump's in San Francisco. Quickly gaining national recognition, his works appeared in galleries in London, France, New York, San Francisco, Beverly Hills, Greece, Hong Kong, Brazil, Israel and Venice. Museums included Brigham Young University, Max Planck Institute, Hearst Collection and The California Palace of the Legion of Honor, which was particularly dear to Mr. Watson. Private Collectors have included Norman Cousins, Clark Gable, Ray Bradbury, Armand Hammer, Dominik Hasek, Vincent Price, Burt Reynolds, Ed Sullivan, JD Zellerbach and The Duchess of Windsor. Robert painted the cover art for the 1953 edition of Ray Bradbury's "The Martian Chronicles. Robert Watson was always well-known and loved in the Bay area. In 1997, on the occasion of Mr. Watson's 50-year retrospective at Weinstein Galleries, Mayor Willie Brown proclaimed May 17 as "Robert Watson Day". Watson was a very generous man, often donating his works to organizations and people whom he cared for or who had helped him along the way.
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Robert Watson's Paintings have sold for very high prices at major Galleries and Auctions around the world. We have presented this chance for you to own an incredible work by this famous artist at a much cheaper price. The artwork listed is a Beautiful and Authentic, Original Oil on Canvas PAINTING by Watson titled, "Solitary and Boat" that is an alluring depiction of Watson's most iconic subject. Once again, the item in guaranteed authentic, and, comes with a Gallery Letter of Authenticity. This painting is being listed with the Submit Best Offer Option and will be sold to the first bidder that meets our bottom line. Do not wait too long and miss your opportunity from this Master of Expressionism. The custom frame is wonderful and a perfect accent to this gorgeous painting which is even better in person! The original artwork measures approx. 12"x9", and, the framed dimensions are 26" x 23". This piece is absolutely spectacular and will perfectly fit the decor/ambiance of any home or office! Please e-mail if you have any further questions. This item will be professionally packaged to ship securely domestically or Internationally. DO NOT FORGET TO SUBMIT YOUR OFFER!!!
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