"Return to Innocence 1966 32x22"
Oil on Canvas
Size: 32x22 in | 81x56 cm
Framed: 32x22 in | 81x56 cmREDUCEDFAVORITELISTING INFO|ARTIST BIO
Hand Signed : Lower Right Corner
Framed without Glass : Brown Wood, No Mat, Narrow Frame
Purchased from : Other 1985
Provenance / History : Uncertain
Story / Additional Info : This painting is reported to be of Bert Seabourn’s wife.
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 112632
Art Brokerage: Bert Seabourn Southwest Native American Artist and Sculptor. International acclaimed American Expressionist Bert Seabourn is a painter, print maker, sculptor and teacher, who experiments extensively with creative vitality. Seabourn was a Navy Journalist/Artist during the Korean War, and then worked as an illustrator, graphic design artist and art director for 23 years before becoming a full time painter of fine art in 1978. He is the recipient of several notable honors. In 1976, Seabourn was designated a Master Artist by the Five Civilized Tribes Museum and in 1981, Oklahoma Governor George Nigh awarded him the Governor's Art Award. In 1988, his sculpture, 'Wind Walker', a 23-foot tall bronze was unveiled in Oklahoma City and in 1997, Oklahoma City University honored him with the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters. In 2004, Seabourn received Oklahoma's Living Treasure Award and in 2009, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award and was named Artist of the Year, by the Oklahoma City Paseo Art Association. A selected listing of locations of paintings in permanent collections includes: the Vatican, in Rome, Italy; China's National Palace Museum, in Taipei, Taiwan; Moscow University, in Ulytanovsk, Russia; the American Embassy, in London, England; the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, in Washington, DC; the President Gerald R Ford Library Collection, in Ann Arbor, MI; the George and Barbara Bush Collection, in Houston, TX; and in Oklahoma City, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum; the Oklahoma State Art Collection; Oklahoma City Museum of Art; and the Fred Jones (Oklahoma University) Museum of Art. For over 40 years, Seabourn exhibited throughout the United States plus Europe, Asia and South America. Original paintings wanted.