Perry McNeely (1886-1966) was a prominent artist; he was a founder of The Academy of Western painters in 1932, as well one of its first Presidents. He exhibited extensively during the 1930's and 40's in many shows and venues. His paintings have a soft and natural technique to them, and they are fairly rare these days. I haven't seen many of them over the years, but when I do, I can immediately recognize the style and quality of the work.
This is a classic example of what he painted the most, the desert areas of the southwest. It is in excellent condition, housed in a contemporary plein air frame, and is ready to hang! It's size is 12x16 (image only, and the frame adds another 3 inches to each side. Just another fine painting from the Gallery of Vander Molen Fine Art. You can find us on the internet as well.
Perry McNeeley "Sunlighted Desert Hills"