A Pencil drawing of a woman bust signed by the artist and dated what looks like 1920. Mounted and set in an Art Deco style black and silver frame. Size is 81cm x 58.5cm.
Picture and Frame are perfect. His works appear in several galleries including the Tate. Gerald Cooper was a painter of landscapes, figurative and still life subjects.
He lived in Chelsea, London in 1928, Wimbledon in 1933, and East Horsley, Surrey in 1940. His work is in the Dutch tradition of still life painting and the subjects are synonymous with the best of the early still life artists.
Flowers, fruit, jugs, bowls and glass vases are visually effective tools for example, but he also used marble ledges and stone plinths sometimes draped, adding another dimension to these cleverly conceived images. Cooper exhibited 9 pictures at the Royal Academy and 5 at The New English Art Club as well as exhibiting at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.The item "Original Gerald Cooper R. Large Portrait pencil of a woman. 81 x 58.5" is in sale since Sunday, March 7, 2021. This item is in the category "Art\Art Drawings". The seller is "brittany1969" and is located in Newark.
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