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Harold Weston – Red Lines On Blue

Harold Weston – Red Lines On Blue


Red Lines on Blue (SOLD OUT)

Starting Bid: $300

Buy Now: $1400

Medium: Watercolor painting

Year: Unknown

Due to high reflection this was the best photograph we could get at this time

Approximate measurements: Framed with glass 32.5″ wide x 26.5″ tall (Image 25″ wide x 19″ tall)

Item#: 25

Artist: Harold Weston (learn more about Harold below…)


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Item#: 25

Artist: Harold Weston


Harold Weston was an American modernist painter, based for many years in the Adirondack Mountains, whose work moved from expressionism to realism to abstraction. He was collected by Duncan Phillips (now the Phillips Collection), widely exhibited in the 1920s and 1930s, and painted murals under the Treasury Relief Art Project for the General Services Administration. In later life he was known for his humanitarian food relief work during World War II and his arts advocacy that led to the passage of the National Endowment for the Arts and Humanities Act of 1965. Weston’s most recent museum exhibition was at the Shelburne Museum in Vermont, and his most recent gallery exhibition was at Gerald Peters Gallery in New York City.

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Dimensions 32.5 × 26.5 in
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