Lewis Suzuki (1920- )This is a stunning painting by Lewis Suzuki. This painting measures approximately 20 1/2 inches wide and is about 13 5/8 inches from top to bottom viewable, with the matte and original chrome frame adding about 4 inches in each direction. The colors, composition and fluid brushwork in this painting are amazing - it really is a little jewel of a painting. This painting has been hanging on my wall for many years now and I am only selling this piece due to some more immediate concerns. This is a great painting at a great price. One lucky bidder will be very pleased with this painting. One note, t is one corner of the glass that has a 4" chip along the edge - doesn't affect the are which is in perfect condition but I thought that I'd mention it. Buyer is responsible for shipping and insurance and your payment is expected within 3 days. Insurance is required. I ship to verified Paypal addresses only. Please email me with any questions that you may have. Thank you. THe following is borrowed from Askart: Lewis Suzuki was born in Los Angeles, California in 1920. An important figure in the watercolor movement known as the “California Style”, Suzuki studied at the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, and the Art Students League in New York City during the late 1930’s, and 1940’s.
Since the 1950’s he has resided and painted in the San Francisco, California area. he specialized in cityscapes, and still life floral works, done with the wet-into-wet watercolor painting style.
California Watercolors: 1850-1970 Gordon T. McClelland and Jay T. Last
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