This nicely done impressionist painting of a nude woman was painted by American artist Paul Dyck (1917-2006). Dyck was born in Chicago and after living with Western Canadian Native Americans for a few years, he ventured to Europe with his parents to apprentice with his artist uncle who had studios in Florence, Paris, Prague, and Rome. By fifteen, he was on his own, studying at the Munich Academy and eventually moved back to the United States in Arizona, well known for his Native American figure and genre painting. Oil on panel, signed lower right, titled on verso O’brien Galleries (Scottsdale, Arizona) exhibition label “The Sprite,” and housed in a molded polychrome wooden frame. Dimensions: 21 ¼” h x 11 ¾” w, actual; 27 ¼” h x 17 ½” w, framed.
Paul Dyck Impressionist Oil Painting of a Nude Woman, The Sprite
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