For your consideration, a watercolor by the listed 20th century artist Charlotte Holden Moore. The subject is of a house in the Northern California coastal town of Mendocino, a village renowned since the 1950's as an art colony (luminaries included Emmy Lou Packard, Hilda Pertha, et al). The watercolor is in excellent condition with no damage or repairs and features strong vibrant colors and a strong design aesthetic. The work measures 14" x 10" within a custom 18" x 14" frame. The work is most probably circa 1975-1985.
Moore was born in California in 1916 and was the daughter of artist Charles Holden and the niece of artists James A. Holden and Charles Frederick Holden. She was a resident of Oakland in the late 1930s and 1940s and studied art at San Francisco Art Institute and at the University of California, Berkeley.
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