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Alfred Vetromile Original oil painting listed American artist Mother Child gallery frame art gift Mother Daughter family new home Gift

Alfred Vetromile Original oil painting listed American artist Mother Child gallery frame art gift Mother Daughter family new home Gift

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Height: 60 Centimeters
  • Width: 92 Centimeters
  • Materials: oil paint, board, wood
  • Favorited by: 57 people
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Mother and child reading by Alfred G. Vetromile (1917-2006)

A very rare painting in private hands that's simply very restful. Stunning detail

Oil on board. Approx size: Framed 92 cm x 60 cm Board 77 cm x 60.5 cm.

The framing is contemporary with where he lived and is so stamped.

Worldwide tracked and insured regular courier delivery.
Please send me your telephone number for the courier.

May be inspected at Chalfont St.Peter, Bucks,England.

His work is rarely available on the open market and I look forward to answering any questions you may have.

Thank you.

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Biography
Vetromile was born in 1917 in Congers, N.Y. and grew up in Tuckahoe, N.Y.

He graduated from East Chester High School in 1935 and went on to study aeronautical engineering at New York University. He later became an illustrator and attended the Art Student League under the tutelage of Robert Brackman and apprenticed under Elmore Brown. He volunteered for the Army Air Corp in 1941 and became a Navigator where he flew 35 missions on B17 Flying Fortresses. First Lieutenant Vetromile earned seven Air Medals, Three Battle Stars and the Presidential Unit Citation.

After the war he went back to illustrating. He worked as a TV Art Director for the Lennen Newell Advertising Agency. His clients numbered many of the blue chip companies of the day. His Artwork depicting his flying experience hangs in museums across the country as well as the Strategic Air Command Headquarters in the Pentagon and Eye, England.

The "Lucky Strike Marching Cigarettes" is among his famous TV commercial that is now in MOMA in New York City and his paintings of Air Force experiences are displayed at the Pentagon.

Before moving to Tucson in 1994 he had homes in Old Saybrook and Greenwich, C.T. Vetromile was fond of painting Indian and Western Art. He was represented in galleries from New York to California and Europe.

Vetromile was a founding member of the American Air Museum in Britain,
An original member of the Graphic Artist Guild,
Member of the Society of Illustrators – N.Y.
Hudson Valley Art Association,
Lyme Art Association - Lyme, CT, 490th Bomb Group,
Lifetime member of the Eighth Air Force Historical Society,
Tucson Museum of Art

http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/7099803 for signature verification
Mother and child reading by Alfred G. Vetromile (1917-2006)

A very rare painting in private hands that's simply very restful. Stunning detail

Oil on board. Approx size: Framed 92 cm x 60 cm Board 77 cm x 60.5 cm.

The framing is contemporary with where he lived and is so stamped.

Worldwide tracked and insured regular courier delivery.
Please send me your telephone number for the courier.

May be inspected at Chalfont St.Peter, Bucks,England.

His work is rarely available on the open market and I look forward to answering any questions you may have.

Thank you.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Biography
Vetromile was born in 1917 in Congers, N.Y. and grew up in Tuckahoe, N.Y.

He graduated from East Chester High School in 1935 and went on to study aeronautical engineering at New York University. He later became an illustrator and attended the Art Student League under the tutelage of Robert Brackman and apprenticed under Elmore Brown. He volunteered for the Army Air Corp in 1941 and became a Navigator where he flew 35 missions on B17 Flying Fortresses. First Lieutenant Vetromile earned seven Air Medals, Three Battle Stars and the Presidential Unit Citation.

After the war he went back to illustrating. He worked as a TV Art Director for the Lennen Newell Advertising Agency. His clients numbered many of the blue chip companies of the day. His Artwork depicting his flying experience hangs in museums across the country as well as the Strategic Air Command Headquarters in the Pentagon and Eye, England.

The "Lucky Strike Marching Cigarettes" is among his famous TV commercial that is now in MOMA in New York City and his paintings of Air Force experiences are displayed at the Pentagon.

Before moving to Tucson in 1994 he had homes in Old Saybrook and Greenwich, C.T. Vetromile was fond of painting Indian and Western Art. He was represented in galleries from New York to California and Europe.

Vetromile was a founding member of the American Air Museum in Britain,
An original member of the Graphic Artist Guild,
Member of the Society of Illustrators – N.Y.
Hudson Valley Art Association,
Lyme Art Association - Lyme, CT, 490th Bomb Group,
Lifetime member of the Eighth Air Force Historical Society,
Tucson Museum of Art

http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/7099803 for signature verification

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