An intoxicating and erotic reclining nude by the well-listed artist Harold Mott-Smith. Born in Hawaii, Harold Mott-Smith was a painter who lived in Paris from 1894-1906. He studied at the Academie Julian with Jean Paul Laurens, and exhibited in 1894 with the Boston Art Club as well as Paris Salon. After returning to New York, Mott-Smith worked for GE, illustrating calendars and painting portraits of Thomas Edison. This captivating oil on canvas dates from his early Hawaiian career and showcases his sensuous style.
|Medium:||Oil on Stretched Canvas|
|Dimensions:||Sight Size 34" x 26" Framed 42" x 34"|
|Original Use:||Fine Art|
Hawaiian Art Deco Nude
Artist: Harold Mott-Smith