Watercolor on paper. Housed in a custom frame with archival materials. Framed dimensions are 17.5 x 23.5 x 1.5 inches. About the artist: An important figure in the development of Denver as an artistic city, Irene Fowler was a public school teacher and founding member of the Denver Artist’s Guild (now the Colorado Artist’s Guild) in addition to being a prolific artist. She exhibited in Denver at the Schlier Gallery (where she had a solo exhibition), at the Chappell House, the University Club, and the Broadmoor Art Gallery in Colorado Springs. In 1950-1952 she served as president of the Denver Artist’s Guild. Fowler painted in oil or watercolor and her paintings were almost exclusively done en plein air. Her landscapes of Colorado have all the usual features—mountains, aspen trees, quaint mining towns—described with a singular understanding of the thin air and luminous sunshine that make Colorado aesthetically unique. Expedited and International Shipping is available; please contact us for an estimate.
- Creation yearmid twentieth century
- Movement & Style
H 17.5 in. x W 23.5 in. x D 1.625 in.
H 44.45 cm x W 59.69 cm x D 4.13 cm
- Gallery locationDenver, CO
- Reference numberLU2731064063
- Seller reference number19599
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