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Loren Maciver 1940s Drawing Still Life of Berries
Located in Sharon, CT
Loren Maciver (American 1909-1998) drawing of berries conte crayon on pastel paper. APF Matted and framed 13 5/8" x 12 1/2", sight size 8 3/4" x 7 3/4".
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Mid-20th Century American Expressionist Drawings

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Paper

  • Loren Maciver 1940s Drawing Still Life of Berries
  • Loren Maciver 1940s Drawing Still Life of Berries
  • Loren Maciver 1940s Drawing Still Life of Berries
  • Loren Maciver 1940s Drawing Still Life of Berries
H 13.50 in. W 14.63 in. D .75 in.
Loren Maciver 1940's Drawing Still Life of Fruit
Located in Sharon, CT
Loren Maciver (American 1909-1998) drawing of fruit conte crayon on pastel paper. Measures: Matted and framed 13 1/2" x 14 5/8", sight size 8 1/8" x 7 3/8".
Category

Mid-20th Century American Expressionist Drawings

Materials

Paper

  • Loren Maciver 1940's Drawing Still Life of Fruit
  • Loren Maciver 1940's Drawing Still Life of Fruit
  • Loren Maciver 1940's Drawing Still Life of Fruit
  • Loren Maciver 1940's Drawing Still Life of Fruit
H 13.50 in. W 14.63 in. D .75 in.
Circus
By Lauren Maciver
Located in Sea Bright, NJ
Oil on linen, signed lower left, bears Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York label verso, inscribed verso, housed in gold frame Loren MacIver developed a prosperous artistic career at an...
Category

1950s Contemporary Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil

"Fire Escape" Oil on Canvas by Lauren MacIver
By Lauren Maciver
Located in Palm Desert, CA
Large scale oil painting by noted artist Lauren MacIver. Beautiful painting of the fire escape out the window of MacIver's apartment on Perry Street in NYC. MacIver is a well respe...
Category

Vintage 1950s American Paintings

Materials

Canvas

Loren MacIver "Ve de la Cadiere" Pierre Matisse Gallery
By Lauren Maciver
Located in Sharon, CT
Framed with white painted strip. Oil/canvas. Bears original gallery label.
Category

Vintage 1940s American Modern Paintings

Materials

Canvas

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