An early art deco era masterpiece and one of only several oils ever painted by Arthur Spear in this large size. A playful nude nymph and allegorical satyr cavort near a river's edge, titled in pencil on verso The Unveiling. Retains original carved wood gesso frame that appears to be a Carrig Rohane or similar quality. A masterpiece and a very rare surviving example of Spear's mastery and Maxfield Parrish-like imagery and painterly technique.
|Artist:||Arthur Prince Spear|
|Medium:||Oil on Canvas|
|Dimensions:||Sight Size 45 1/2" x 25 1/2" Framed 50 1/2" x 30 12"|
|Original Use:||Fine Art|
|Price:||S O L D|