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this may well be the best that Tracy Newton has created to date. Photos do not do it justice. The backlit clouds; the exquisite colorations of the palm fronds catching the beams of light; and the overall quality of this painting exhibits a talent that has started to rival that of his father. Tracy Newton's talent is exciting. His prices are sharply rising as art afficienados see his development and are buying up his works quickly. Son of the legendary Sam Newton (we are also offering some paintings by Sam) he certainly has inherited a lot of talent from his father, but his personal style adds imagination to his creations. I believe Tracy's paintings offer an opportunity for appreciation in value. As with every purchase, one should buy what he loves and consider appreciation a bonus. I expect he will be inducted into the Florida Hall of Fame some day. probably sooner than later.
I've included a bit about the Florida Highwaymen at the end of the listing.
Country of Origin: U. S. A.
Title: "Blue River"
Medium: Oil on Masonite.
Size: 24 by 36 inches; framed 28 by 39 inches.
Signed: Lower Right.
Condition: Very Good Vintage Condition. Wood Frame also in Very Good Condition..
Authentication: ALL of our Highwaymen paintings have been authenticated by the recognized authority on Highwaymen paintings, Mr.Paul Barratini.
**Please note that the physical colors of this item may vary from the pictures in the listing, given the quality of the camera and the lighting.
Who were the Highwaymen? A group of young African-American landscape and skyscape painters, these artists painted their way out of the despair awaiting them as workers in Florida citrus groves and packing houses of the 1950s. Typically they painted on inexpensive materials such as Upson board, a roofer's material, and they sold their work out of the trunks of their cars. With paintings still wet, they loaded their vehicles and traveled the state's east coast, selling them door-to-door and store-to-store, in restaurants, offices, courthouses, and bank lobbies. In succeeding decades, however, Highwaymen paintings were consigned to attics and garage sales. Their work has been rediscovered in the mid 1990's, and today is recognized as the work of American folk artists.
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