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Willard Dixon
Bolinas Lagoon

2020

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  • Tahoe Evening
    By Willard Dixon
    Located in Burlingame, CA
    Friends and family enjoying the setting sun at Lake Tahoe with early evening light and majestic alpine mountain ridge in the distance. Willard Dixon is one of the finest American contemporary realist painters living today. The artist has painted Northern California coastal landscapes for over 35 years and his work captures the undeniable beauty of the West with its grand and humble spirit. Dixon’s work can be found in numerous distinctive private and public collections, as well as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Oakland Museum of California. Tahoe Evening is 35 x 55 inches. The work of art comes to you framed in a light wood floater frame and is ready to hang and enjoy for years to come. Artist signed and dated. Condition is excellent. SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS San Francisco Museum of Modern Art The Metropolitan Museum of Art The Oakland Museum The Utah Museum of Fine Art The San Francisco Art Commission AMA Headquarters, washington, D.C. Pacific Gas and Electric Co., S.F. CA. Transamerica Headquarters,S.F., CA. San Francisco International Airport IBM Corporation, San Jose, CA. Pacific Bell SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Mr. Harrison Ford Mr. Peter Duchin Ms. Linda Ronstadt Ms Faye Dunaway Mr. Peter Morton Mrs. H.J. Heinze Mr Rupert Lowenstein Mr. Chappy Morris Mr. Griffen Dunne Margy Boyd Caroline Graham Mr. Richard Baker Ms. Sabrina Guinness Mr. Peter Asher...
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    21st Century and Contemporary American Realist Landscape Paintings

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    Cotton Canvas, Oil

  • Landscape with Mustard Flowers - 48 inch circular canvas
    By Willard Dixon
    Located in Burlingame, CA
    Landscape painting with mustard flowers under a warm sky. Created on a circular canvas that is 48 inches across (4 feet in diameter.) The original work of art ...
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    21st Century and Contemporary American Realist Landscape Paintings

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  • Ten Mile Beach (diptych)
    By Gail Chase-Bien
    Located in Burlingame, CA
    Gail Chase Bien paints thinly layered oil on linen over extended periods (from months to years) to complete a single work of art. Taking cues from nature’s extraordinary visual offerings — specifically, the play of light as it touches upon water and earth — her nature-inspired works bridge realism and abstraction, and they convey a thin veneer of the of human spirit. Complex, rich, and slow in the making, the paintings, with their serene simplicity, are intended to be viewed and enjoyed over time. Ten Mile Beach...
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    21st Century and Contemporary American Realist Landscape Paintings

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  • Letter to the Sixth Poet (diptych)
    By Gail Chase-Bien
    Located in Burlingame, CA
    Gail Chase Bien paints thinly layered oil on linen over extended periods (from months to years) to complete a single work of art. Taking cues from nature’s extraordinary visual offer...
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    21st Century and Contemporary American Realist Landscape Paintings

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  • The Life Guard Station
    By Willard Dixon
    Located in Burlingame, CA
    Willard Dixon, who is one of the finest American contemporary realist painters today, has painted coastal landscapes for 35 years, capturing the undeniable beauty of the West with it...
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    21st Century and Contemporary American Realist Landscape Paintings

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    Oil, Canvas

  • Tomales Bay
    By Willard Dixon
    Located in Burlingame, CA
    "Tamales Bay" is radiant with blue sky and soft gray clouds, depicting a serene California deep body of water with distant rolling hills at the ocean's edge. The beautiful Bay Area b...
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    21st Century and Contemporary American Realist Landscape Paintings

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    James Fairman "Sunset" c. 1880 Oil on Canvas Signed Lower Left Site: 32.5 x 29.5 inches Framed: 46 x 42 inches James Fairman worked as a landscape painter, critic, lecturer, musicia...
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  • Chestnut Racehorse with a Jockey Up On a Training Strap
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    It was Henry Cross's portraits of horses belonging to the prominent breeders and trainers of the second half of the nineteenth century that won the artist renown as an animal painter. Born and raised in upstate New York, Cross's proficiency in both drafting and caricature was revealed while he was still a student at the Binghamton Academy, New York. In 1852, when he was only fifteen years old, Cross joined a traveling circus that took him to Minneapolis, Minnesota, and to the first of many Indian encampments that he would draw upon for subject matter throughout his career. Biographers differ as to the year Cross left for Europe, however, he was in Paris from 1852 to 1853 or 1854, where he studied with Rosa Bonheur, a highly esteemed French painter of horses. Upon Cross's return to the United States he was commissioned to paint the studs of wealthy horsemen, including those of Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt, Robert Bonner, the owner-publisher of The New York Ledger, and "Copper King" Marcus Daly, whose 18,000 acre stock farm was reputed to be the greatest and most valuable horse ranch in the world. Although Cross received the highest pay of any equine artist of his day (up to $35,000. for one order, according to The Horse Review of April 10, 1918, p. 328), he frequently joined traveling circuses and painted the locales where they visited. He also painted portraits of notable contemporaries, such as President Abraham Lincoln, ex-president Ulysses S. Grant, King Edward VII of England, W. F. "Buffalo Bill...
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