DUANE ARMSTRONG Signed 1968 Original Oil - LISTED. This is a superb original signed oil on canvas painting by well-listed artist DUANE ARMSTRONG American, b.
Duane Albert Armstrong, a native Californian, was born in. On Christmas Day in 1938. He was raised in the countryside near. Until 1950 when his family moved to the.
His mother, a teacher, was also an artist and writer. She wrote several short stories and lyrics for several songs, some of which were published. With this background, Duane learned about painting materials and techniques while still in his childhood. He also had an exposure to art shows and museums at the time and was fascinated by the way the various artists were able to make their canvases come alive with paint. This was the beginning of a life long interest in painting, which has resulted in several significant breakthroughs in the world of art, his most popular being his "Fields of Grass" series, which have been reproduced worldwide.
He now has over 185 paintings in print, and his art has been marketed in over 3,500 department stores in the. During the 1970's, his work earned him the status of being one of the top five print sales artists in the nation. Of this widespread acceptance, a representative of Heritage Publications stated that, Duane Armstrong will be recognized as one of the top five contemporary painters in.
This rare original oil painting is entitled "Buckboard" and is signed by the artist on the front lower right D. It measures 22" x 22" and is framed for a total size of 26 ½" x 26 ½". It is in good condition aside from a few tiny specks of paint loss in the sky.
Their original label affixed to the frame verso. This beautiful painting comes directly from a Newport Beach estate where it has been since originally acquired. The item "DUANE ARMSTRONG Signed 1968 Original Oil Painting Buckboard" is in sale since Saturday, October 14, 2006.
This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "skf-fineart" and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia.