For your consideration, a fine acrylic on canvas painting by the noted Russian American artist Marina Timoshenko Goodier (1906-1994). The work, most probably circa 1965-1979, displays a pronounced Bay Area Expressionist aesthetic, with noteworthy cubist elements. The painting is expertly rendered in a luminous color palette with the two central figure’s halos highlighted in silver. The painting is in excellent condition with no paint loss, scratches, or repairs and measures 22” x 14” in its original period 25 ½” x 17 ½ wood frame (the frame shows normal vintage signs of wear). Marina Timoshenko Goodier was born in St. Petersburg, Russia on February 11, 1906. She married James Norman Goodier in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1931. The couple later moved to California. Goodier became a distinguished Stanford painter and was commissioned by Stanford University to paint a series of mural paintings. She spent over a year studying and painting the subject of the murals. The paintings are now part of the permanent collection on display in the Hercules Room at the Stanford University Campus.
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Bay Area Expressionist Painting by Marina Timoshenko Goodier (1906-1994)