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JACK FELLOWS Original Oil Painting CAMBRIA Woman in Coastal Field of Flowers

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JACK FELLOWS Original Oil Painting CAMBRIA Woman in Coastal Field of Flowers

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Overview

  • Vintage item
  • Height: 25 Inches
  • Width: 28 Inches
  • Materials: frame, oil painting, oil paint, board
  • Favorited by: 2 people
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From the estate of Beverly Pabst (of the Pabst beer family). Jack Fellows oil on board, titled "Cambria". A woman stands in a field of flowers near water. Actual painting measure 22" x 20", gold gilt frame measures 28" x 25". Breathtakingly bright colors.

Jack’s career as a practicing professional artist spans a period of over thirty-five years, both as a commercial artist and a fine art painter. His intense interest in the history of the air war in the Pacific led to his origination of the Cactus Air Force Art Project, dedicated to the collecting and archiving of historical data relating to that period. Most of his work today illustrates military aviation in the Pacific. “Jack is, in my opinion, the foremost artist in the world doing Pacific WWII aviation art.”…Larry J. Hickey, Pres. International Research & Publishing Corp, Dec. 16, 2003. As an artistic counterpoint to Jack’s military history illustrations, is his work as a fine art painter, focusing on figurative and landscape subjects, and occasionally, maritime subjects. Above all else, he favors the opportunity to paint landscape subjects in Europe, particularly around the Mediterranean. He has been invited to show his landscape work at the prestigious Peppertree Ranch Art Show in California, May 2004. Jack’s work has been widely collected, in the United States and abroad, in museum collections, and by private collectors. He has won many awards, over the years, most recently, the RG Smith Award for Excellence in Naval Aviation Art (2004), and is the originator and primary financial backer of the Capt. Duane Whitney Martin-Vietnam Airwar Award for Artistic Excellence awarded annually by the American Society of Aviation Artists. He was president of the American Society of Aviation Artists 1995-97, is a Life Member of the Puget Sound Group of Northwest Painters, a member of the USAF Art Program, and guest lecturer, Museum of Flight-Visiting Aviator Series. He has approximately one-hundred postage-stamp designs to his credit and most of his work is available, published in a variety of formats, in both open and limited edition.
Pabst was active in the Abstract Expressionist movement of the 1950's including participation as secretary and treasurer of the influential 6 Gallery at 3119 Fillmore, San Francisco, the collective where Allen Ginsberg first introduced "Howl" to the public. In attendance was was Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Neal Cassady and Jack Kerouac, who would later recount the evening in his novel The Dharma Bums. The 6 Gallery was also responsible for exhibiting noted artists of the era including Leo Valledor, Jo-Ann B. Low, Hayward King and Manuel Neri among many others.

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From the estate of Beverly Pabst (of the Pabst beer family). Jack Fellows oil on board, titled "Cambria". A woman stands in a field of flowers near water. Actual painting measure 22" x 20", gold gilt frame measures 28" x 25". Breathtakingly bright colors.

Jack’s career as a practicing professional artist spans a period of over thirty-five years, both as a commercial artist and a fine art painter. His intense interest in the history of the air war in the Pacific led to his origination of the Cactus Air Force Art Project, dedicated to the collecting and archiving of historical data relating to that period. Most of his work today illustrates military aviation in the Pacific. “Jack is, in my opinion, the foremost artist in the world doing Pacific WWII aviation art.”…Larry J. Hickey, Pres. International Research & Publishing Corp, Dec. 16, 2003. As an artistic counterpoint to Jack’s military history illustrations, is his work as a fine art painter, focusing on figurative and landscape subjects, and occasionally, maritime subjects. Above all else, he favors the opportunity to paint landscape subjects in Europe, particularly around the Mediterranean. He has been invited to show his landscape work at the prestigious Peppertree Ranch Art Show in California, May 2004. Jack’s work has been widely collected, in the United States and abroad, in museum collections, and by private collectors. He has won many awards, over the years, most recently, the RG Smith Award for Excellence in Naval Aviation Art (2004), and is the originator and primary financial backer of the Capt. Duane Whitney Martin-Vietnam Airwar Award for Artistic Excellence awarded annually by the American Society of Aviation Artists. He was president of the American Society of Aviation Artists 1995-97, is a Life Member of the Puget Sound Group of Northwest Painters, a member of the USAF Art Program, and guest lecturer, Museum of Flight-Visiting Aviator Series. He has approximately one-hundred postage-stamp designs to his credit and most of his work is available, published in a variety of formats, in both open and limited edition.
Pabst was active in the Abstract Expressionist movement of the 1950's including participation as secretary and treasurer of the influential 6 Gallery at 3119 Fillmore, San Francisco, the collective where Allen Ginsberg first introduced "Howl" to the public. In attendance was was Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Neal Cassady and Jack Kerouac, who would later recount the evening in his novel The Dharma Bums. The 6 Gallery was also responsible for exhibiting noted artists of the era including Leo Valledor, Jo-Ann B. Low, Hayward King and Manuel Neri among many others.

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**Please remember that we are a small business and do want to work WITH you to make this as advantageous for both us as sellers and you as buyers!
- Layaway is available, and can be requested prior to purchase.

- Items that you choose to utilize layaway are priced at full listing price. We are unable to offer discounts or accept offers on layaway items.

- Layaway Plan Maximum Duration: 2 months from purchase date

- Payment Method: selected prior to purchase via USPS money order, credit card or Paypal. We DO NOT accept personal checks or other money orders for layaway

- Down Payment Required: 1/3 of total price (listed price + shipping/insurance)

- Returns are not accepted on layaway items, but are accepted on non-layaway items

- Exchanges Accepted: Yes, customer will be refunded less a 20% restocking fee

- Cancellation Fee: No payments are refunded, please be sure you will be able to pay off the item prior to creating a layaway agreement with us.


**Please remember that we are a small business and do want to work WITH you to make this as advantageous for both us as sellers and you as buyers!

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