1941, Seascape, Allan Svensson


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1941, Seascape, Allan Svensson

Blustery, 1941, oil on panel, by Swedish artist, Allan Svensson.

Dramatic brushstrokes make up this atmospheric seascape, with the paint eagerly applied, thickly and richly. Cornflower seas beneath and tumbling cyan sky. Touches of hastily applied flashes of violet and brick red. Splurges of dusty greens and eau de nil.

Newly framed, ready to hang.
Frame: Width X Height
CM: 69 x 62
Inches: 29 x 24 1/2
CM: 54 x 44
Inches: 21 x 17 1/2
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Provenance: Swedish School, signed lower left.
Date; Mid-century
Condition; Very Good



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