Details: This framed, original watercolor painting comes directly from the artistâ€™s estate. This beautiful painting features a bucolic farm scene, with successive rows of corn and bales of hay in the foreground. The piece bears an original signature by the artist. The painting has been professionally framed in solid oak and is presented with thick, triple matting.
Pencil hand writing by the artist on the verso of the frame reads, â€œCorn Rowsâ€. The frame measures approximately 26" by 35â€.
Jack Graziano created an 88-acre artistâ€™s homestead in Upstate New York where he built his studio and home, and worked for many years. He identified his art as inspired by nature and worked in a variety of media including art glass, painting, drawing, woodworking and welded/forged steel sculpture. Graziano was influenced by Andrew Wyeth, as is evident in many of his paintings, and studied at the Pratt Institute in Manhattan.
Condition / Notes: This painting shows beautifully with a bright, unfaded image. There are no marks or other flaws to the painting or the matting and the frame shows only a small amount of light, scattered, age/wear indications.
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