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Thomas Kerry (1929- 1983) Barn in a Storm

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Oil on board, signed lower left 23.5 in x 19.5 in..Biography from the artist daughter: My father was , born in Brooklyn, and he was a self taught artist, He explored all types of art, as he had many jobs restoring all types of artwork(impressionism,abstract,realism)He liked the artists Andrew Wyeth and Norman Rockwell and many of the old masters, he loved doing fine art realism the most even though it took the most time(to put all the fine detail in)Not many people know how great a singer he was ,he sang with a swing band on the side .He loved singing as much as he loved to paint .He was a true artist in every sense of the word. He settled in Long Island and started painting a lot of broken barns he would come by. He also liked to paint still life's, children. I really don't know what else you might want to know he was in the navy ,and some called him Rembrandt (he drew portraits for the guys and caricatures)and some called him Elvis(because he would sing and entertain them )he died in April 1983 at the age of 54
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Thomas Kerry (1929- 1983) Barn in a Storm

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Apr 10, 2010
Starting Price $120
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Oil on board, signed lower left 23.5 in x 19.5 in..Biography from the artist daughter: My father was , born in Brooklyn, and he was a self taught artist, He explored all types of art, as he had many jobs restoring all types of artwork(impressionism,abstract,realism)He liked the artists Andrew Wyeth and Norman Rockwell and many of the old masters, he loved doing fine art realism the most even though it took the most time(to put all the fine detail in)Not many people know how great a singer he was ,he sang with a swing band on the side .He loved singing as much as he loved to paint .He was a true artist in every sense of the word. He settled in Long Island and started painting a lot of broken barns he would come by. He also liked to paint still life's, children. I really don't know what else you might want to know he was in the navy ,and some called him Rembrandt (he drew portraits for the guys and caricatures)and some called him Elvis(because he would sing and entertain them )he died in April 1983 at the age of 54

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