The Tambourine Dance

Artist:Andrew Dobos
Date:1930s
Medium:Oil on Stretched Canvas
Dimensions:Sight Size 30" x 32" Framed 35" x 37"
Condition:Excellent
Original Use:Fine Art
Price:Sold
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Artist's signature lower right

Artist's signature lower right

Spanish dancers

Spanish dancers

Capturing a festive scene of traditionally garbed Spanish dancers in a spirited plein air fine art painting, this c. 1930 oil on canvas by the listed artist Andrew Dobos embodies the Arts & Crafts style. Rendered in a flowing and lyrical Southwestern aesthetic and utilizing a bright and decorative color palette, this will accentuate an American bungalow interior. Retains its original handsome American Arts & Crafts aesthetic gold gesso frame.

Full Framed View

Full Framed View

Detail of arts &; crafts gesso frame

Detail of arts &; crafts gesso frame

Detail of verso with untouched backing

Detail of verso with untouched backing

Andrew Dobos was born in Galicia, Poland on Nov. 30, 1897, he grew up in Krebs Oklahoma. By 1922 he had moved to Oak Park, Illinois where he studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. During the 1940s he lived in San Rafael, California, he died in Sun City, Arizona in December of 1985. Dobos was a member of the Palette & Chisel Club (Chicago) and the Marin Society of Artists. Examples of his work are held at The State Museum of Springfield, Illinois.



 

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