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Robert Wood MOUNTAIN WATERFALL LANDSCAPE Signed Serigraph Print 20 x 24 809/1000

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Robert Wood MOUNTAIN WATERFALL LANDSCAPE Signed Serigraph Print 809/1000

Print is ready to frame, professionally wrapped in cellophane, backed with foam board

Measurements: Print 15" x 20"
Board 20" x 24"

Condition: Good, ready to frame

Robert E. Wood (1926-1999) was born in Southern California. He attended Pomona College and, subsequently, at Claremont Graduate School where he was influenced by the watercolor work of Phil Dike and Rex Brandt. By the early 1960s, Wood's mature style was already established and he was acknowledged to be one of the most important California watercolorists to emerge during the postwar era.

While he painted mainly with transparent watercolors, he would freely incorporate opaque colors and complementary mediums to improve the expressiveness of a work. His paintings often balance areas of pure abstraction with stylized subject matter that incorporates an emphatic use of negative space. Wood divided his time between painting plein air and working in his studio, though frequently from sketches made in the field.

A noted teacher, his manual of technique, 'Watercolor Workshop', (Watson-Guptill, 1970), has been reprinted numerous times and remains a standard work on the subject. He also taught at Otis College of Art and Design, Scripps College, University of Minnesota, Duluth and Claremont Graduate School.

Wood exhibited widely and with success nationwide, including frequent appearances at the National Academy of Design (NY) as well as at over eighty one-man exhibitions world-wide. He was also an active member and vice-president of the American Watercolor Society. In addition to masterful landscapes and marine paintings, Wood is particularly noted for sensitive and psychologically-penetrating figural studies. In 1990, he completed twenty-two large-scale murals, which are in the Hotel Caminoreal in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. This serigraph done in his later years, reflects his vivid color sense and composition skills.

Wood died February 14, 1999 in Redlands, California
Robert Wood MOUNTAIN WATERFALL LANDSCAPE Signed Serigraph Print 809/1000

Print is ready to frame, professionally wrapped in cellophane, backed with foam board

Measurements: Print 15" x 20"
Board 20" x 24"

Condition: Good, ready to frame

Robert E. Wood (1926-1999) was born in Southern California. He attended Pomona College and, subsequently, at Claremont Graduate School where he was influenced by the watercolor work of Phil Dike and Rex Brandt. By the early 1960s, Wood's mature style was already established and he was acknowledged to be one of the most important California watercolorists to emerge during the postwar era.

While he painted mainly with transparent watercolors, he would freely incorporate opaque colors and complementary mediums to improve the expressiveness of a work. His paintings often balance areas of pure abstraction with stylized subject matter that incorporates an emphatic use of negative space. Wood divided his time between painting plein air and working in his studio, though frequently from sketches made in the field.

A noted teacher, his manual of technique, 'Watercolor Workshop', (Watson-Guptill, 1970), has been reprinted numerous times and remains a standard work on the subject. He also taught at Otis College of Art and Design, Scripps College, University of Minnesota, Duluth and Claremont Graduate School.

Wood exhibited widely and with success nationwide, including frequent appearances at the National Academy of Design (NY) as well as at over eighty one-man exhibitions world-wide. He was also an active member and vice-president of the American Watercolor Society. In addition to masterful landscapes and marine paintings, Wood is particularly noted for sensitive and psychologically-penetrating figural studies. In 1990, he completed twenty-two large-scale murals, which are in the Hotel Caminoreal in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. This serigraph done in his later years, reflects his vivid color sense and composition skills.

Wood died February 14, 1999 in Redlands, California

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  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Height: 20 Inches
  • Width: 24 Inches
  • Feedback: 14 reviews
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