This detailed trompe l’oeil oil painting was done by 20th century American artist Al Radomski from Naugatuck, Connecticut. Information on this artist can be found in the Smithsonian Libraries Collections database. The painting features Hopi pottery items, blanket, Hopi dolls, and dried peppers or chilies, with a Southwestern landscape in the background, all in a trompe l’oeil style. Oil on board, signed and titled lower center on faux plaque "Hopi Offering, A. Radomski,", with artist info inscribed on verso, unframed. Dimensions: 23 ¼” h x 29 ¼” w, framed.
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