Entitled "Window of Orquevaux II" this 2017 charcoal and gouache on paper abstract is by San Francisco artist and Lost Art Salon co-owner Rob Delamater (b.1966). Delamater creates abstract compositions that evoke organic shapes and motifs from the natural world as well as the human figure and other representations from his city life. Signed, dated, and titled at bottom.
This series is inspired by the artist’s residency at the Chateau Orquevaux in the Champagne countryside in France.
Framed in a contemporary wood frame with a gold leaf face and black sides using white 8-ply matting behind clear conservation glass.
Hand-picked by Serena & Lily from Lost Art Salon's Collection, a renowned San Francisco-based resource for original 20th century works of modernist, vintage, antique, and contemporary art. We like to think of the Lost Art Salon pieces chosen for our Serena & Lily Art Collection as being “twice curated”.
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