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Rob Delamater
"Summer Night, City" Monotype & Gouache



This 2014 monotype and gouache on paper with red and blue entitled "Summer Night, City" 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. The piece will be shipped in a mat to fit a standard sized frame.


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    H 13.5 in. x W 11.75 in. x D .07 in.

    H 34.29 cm x W 29.85 cm x D 1.78 mm

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    San Francisco, CA
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