This wonderful oil painting of an African American girl with her doll was done by American contemporary artist Mary Phillips (20th/21st century). Phillips lives in New Boston, New Hampshire and is an artist who works in a Renaissance style of oil painting. Her works evolve from conception of composition through initial value study drawings. The underpainting on canvas or linen is then produced, completed with final oil color and glazing. Her works consist largely of figures and portraits, as well as still life and landscape paintings, and she has exhibited her work at many New England exhibitions including the President’s Gallery at the Guild of Boston Artists Regional Painting Competition, and the Currier Museum of Art in NH. Oil on linen, titled “In Grandfather’s Chair,” monogrammed lower right “MP,” and housed in a complimenting gilt frame. Dimensions: 23” h x 25” w, actual; 29 ¾” h x 31 ¾” w, framed.
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