Friday, December 6, 2013

Bleak Beauty

We are feeling surprisingly passionate about this somber subject eerily elegant moment of Midwestern Americana. Titled "Deserted Intersection", this oil on board work was painted by Frederick William Boulton (1904-1969) in the 1940s. The original frame has a touch of gold in the boarder which illuminates nicely and matches the bits of yellow of the stoplights. We love the quiet simplicity.
22" x 28"

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