Dorothy Finley Pair of Vintage Paintings "Abstract Diptych" c.1970s
Brilliant pair of large scale abstract paintings by listed artist Dorothy Finley (American, 1920-2004)
This was created as a diptych and are offered as a matching pair only.
Each canvas measures 40" wide x 48" high. The two together measure 80" wide x 48" high.
The simple pine frames add an additional half inch to the overall measurements.
These fantastic paintings are bright, bold and colorful. They will be the focal point of any room.
The paintings are signed on the back. Very good condition.
Born Dec. 15, 1920, in Seattle, Dorothy Finley lived in Fallbrook, Ca from 1974 until her passing in 2004. She attended Fresno State College and continued her studies in Japan, Taiwan, Germany, and the U.S. She was a prize winning painter and teacher since 1958.
Her works are in numerous museums and private collections. Finley studied with Walter McCown in Waco, Texas, Louisa Jenkins at Big Sur, Heinz Kusel at Fresno State, A. Madrigal at Yale and the great Josef Albers for Color Theory. In California she worked and studied with such luminaries as Robert E. Wood, Linda Doll, Sebastien Capella, Vera Fields, Carl Provder, Pauline Doblado and Carol Barnes.
This is fine opportunity to acquire a pair of rare paintings by this talented artist.