"Hog Heaven 1993 24x30" by Gisela Fabian - Framed Oil on Canvas $4,995
Hog Heaven 1993 24x30 Original Painting by Gisela Fabian
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Gisela Fabian

Hog Heaven 1993 24x30

Original Painting : Oil on Canvas
Size : 18x24 in  |  46x61 cm
Framed : 22x28 in  |  56x71 cm

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Hand SignedLower Right 

Condition Excellent 

Other FrameVeneer Wood 

Purchased fromOther 2001 

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Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 


Gisela Fabian - United States

Art Brokerage: Gisela Fabian American Artist: b. 1943-2004. Gisela Isabella Fabian had her first solo show of naive paintings at her own Fabian Gallery. This self taught artist depicts an enchanting fantasy world with each of her colorful, eyefilling and minutely detailed canvases. Whether she is presenting a scene in her own bedroom, a regatta at Martha's Vineyard, an imaginary wedding or a fantasy depiction of New York harbor, she manages to include a staggering assortment of pictorial images, all meticulously rendered in vivid, beautifully shaded color. Water is painted in neat little waves, clouds are all fluffy cotton balls and trees in the foreground have every tiny leaf painstakingly delineated. The artist overlooks nothing and the smallest detail often proves to be humorous and delightful. New York Fantasy involves an entire panorama with Manhattan's skyscrapers, the Statue of Liberty, the Circle Line boat, bridges and cars, fishermen, mermaids, and as though that weren't enough, there is also a view of the Palisades Amusement Park complete with ferris wheel and cyclone. The artist's sense of color, design and humor make this a must see show. Listings wanted.

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