DescriptionCARL REDIN (American 1892-1944)
Oil on paper laid down on board
16in. x 20in.
Signed lower left
A Swedish-born artist who immigrated to Chicago in 1913, Carl Redin settled in Albuquerque in 1916 and also maintained a studio in Lubbock where he taught summer courses at Texas Technical College. By the 1930s he had earned national acclaim for his impressionistic Southwestern landscape paintings. This painting features the "purple palette" for which Redin was famous, "because of his wide usage of that color as the underlying tone he saw in his surroundings."
A copy of an authentication by Nedra Matteucci accompanies the lot.
Provenance: Fenn Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
acquired from the above by the present owner
Reference: Albuquerque Journal, 22 March 1959.
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