Ethel Glover was a student of Andrene Kauffman's at The Art Institute of Chicago during the 1950s and 1960s. An accomplished painter who didn't begin her study of painting until she was in her mid-1940s, Glover was later recognized by her former teacher, Kauffman, as "a true colorist." An extremely shy and private woman, Glover seldom exhibited her work during her active years of painting.
This painting is vibrant, energetic uses a wonderful blend of color, shape and tone. Painting shows age, it will make a remarkable contribution to a modernist collection.
HEIGHT: 38.75 in. (98 cm) WIDTH: 4 ft. 0.5 in. (123 cm) DEPTH: 1.5 in. (4 cm)
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