Forest Scene

Wharton Esherick

oil on board, 14.5 x 48 inches

Framed

Signed Lower Right

Wharton Esherick, recognized as a key link between the pre-1916 Arts and Crafts Movement and the renewed interest in the crafts following the Second World War, is most widely known for his sculptures and non-traditional furniture designs from the late 1920s and 1930s onward. In his long and varied career, Esherick (1887-1970) joined the traditions of the decorative arts with those of the fine arts. He was also a painter, a noted print maker, and book illustrator whose work was published in popular magazines and in elegant limited editions and remains sought after by collectors to this day.

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