Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting

Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting

Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting
This is an original mixed media (oil and ink) on masonite-like hard board painting measuring approximately 14 1/8 x 18 1/8 inches by American artist Leroy Ebert (1921 - 1997). This fine painting is possibly a self-portrait or a close friend as I have a few paintings with a subject with similar facial characteristics. Ebert was a graduate of the prestigious Layton School of Art. The Layton School of Art was based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; some of the notable graduates included Karl Priebe and Orville H. It was established by Charlotte Partridge and Miriam Frink in 1920 and closed as a result of financial insolvency in 1974.

At its closure, the school was regarded as one of the top five art schools in the United States and enjoyed a historical reputation for innovative methods in art education. Viewed by some as one of the most progressive art schools in the country, Layton made design the core of its curriculum and pioneered several movements now considered standard practice in art education.

It was the first professional art school to require a year of foundation courses prior to specialization. One of these foundation courses was appreciation of literature, thereby exposing students to different means of artistic expression. It abolished an old taboo by conducting its life drawing (nude) classes with male and female students together.

Courses were arranged to allow students exposure to the methods and viewpoints of different instructors. Thanks for looking at this fantastic painting. Sellers: Get your own map of past buyers.

The item "ANTIQUE MID CENTURY MODERN AMERICAN LISTED MALE NUDE LARGE GAY INT OIL PAINTING" is in sale since Tuesday, June 21, 2016. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "theprimitivefold" and is located in Chicago, Illinois.

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Antique MID Century Modern American Listed Male Nude Large Gay Int Oil Painting


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