Carmel Seascape by Florence Upson Young
Item # 9010
20” wide by 24” high unframed
34½” wide by 29½” high framed
California coastal plains. Solitary pine hugs the surf on a rocky promentory. Angry sky and rough sea. Great color and detail. Simple gold frame.
This is a Carmel Seascape by listed California artist Florence Upson Young. It is signed in the foliage. She lived from 1872-1974 and is very well listed in Who's Who in Pacific Coast painters.
Listed also with by Edan Hughes in Who's Who in American Art. She was widely exhibited in the Los Angeles Ebell Club and The Greek Theater. She studied in her early life with Kenyon Cox and William Meritt Chase. She was a founder of Friendly Arts Club and contributed to Horizons in Creative Art.
The painting is in very good vintage condition and has hung in my own home since the 1970's.
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