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Not yellow as the pictures suggest, however foxing is seen accurately within the detail pics. (1898-1943) During his lifetime, admirers of Willard Nash frequently referred to him as “the American Cézanne”. Like the French Post-Impressionist Cézanne, Nash created form with color and did wonderful work with shadows. Prior to his arrival in New Mexico, Nash painted in a formal, academic style learned while studying at the Detroit School of Fine Arts. However, under the tutelage of Andrew Dasburg, a fellow Santa Fe artist and frequent painting companion, Nash learned the principals of Cézanne’s pictorial structure including the use of contour line as a form of dynamic expression. Critics throughout the country recognized Nash’s superb color sense. Interestingly, in 1931 famed Mexican artist Diego Rivera hailed Nash as one of the six greatest painters of the United States. Image size: 13" x 15"
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