George Grammer (American, 1928-2019)
Back to the Barn, 1950
Watercolor and pencil on paper
21 x 27 inches (53.3 x 68.6 cm) (sheet)
Signed and dated lower right: Grammer 50
The youngest member of the Fort Worth Circle, George Grammer
studied under Kelly Fearing at Texas Wesleyan College, Fort Worth.
Awarded a scholarship, he attended the Art Students League and
became a full-time resident of New York City in 1957. Painting
primarily with oil and watercolor, Grammer is known for his
abstracted scenes of architecture, streets, and oil rigs at night,
as well as realistic still-lifes. His work was included in Intimate
Modernism: Fort Worth Circle Artists in the 1940's (2008), Amon
Carter Museum, Fort Worth.
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Framed under glass. Mild buckling throughout the sheet. Faint spots of foxing, most visible on the reverse. Toning throughout the sheet, most visible verso.
Framed Dimensions 22.5 X 28.5 Inches
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