" Clown on a Bench"
O'Hammer is well known for his expressive clown portraits.
His fame is justified. He's a skilled and inspired artist.
In his execution of "Clown on a Bench," he's outdone himself.
He's turned away from the usual happy clown.
Here he's portrayed a sad man, sitting along on a park bench, reading.
He's oblivious to the cold wind blowing autumn leaves around him.
He's ready to travel—but to where?
-- Canvas 16" (40.64 cm) x 20" (50.8 cm) , with
--Frame 24 1/2" (62.23 cm) x 28 1/2" (72.39 cm) Condition: Excellent Date: I'm assuming from the signature that it's 1960. If you have any questions about this item, please ask before placing a bid.
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