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"Untitled Landscape 2013 40x26" by Michael Schofield - 🔥Wow! Very Well Priced - Framed Acrylic on Canvas - a Steal - 14 Watchers - Inquire
Untitled Landscape 2013 40x26 Original Painting by Michael Schofield
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Michael Schofield

"Untitled Landscape 2013 40x26"

2013
  • Original Painting : Acrylic on Canvas

    Size : 36x24 in  |  91x61 cm
    Framed : 40x26 in  |  102x66 cm

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Hand SignedLower Right And on Back 
Condition Excellent 
Framed without Glass 
Purchased fromArtist 2013 
Story / Additional InfoPrivate collection. 
Certificate of AuthenticityNewport Beach Art Gallery 
LID63260
Michael Schofield - United States

Art Brokerage: Michael Schofield American Artist: b. 1947. Michael Schofield, landscape painter and printmaker, was born in Orlando, Florida in 1947, and moved with his family to Oakland, California that same year. Growing up he thought he going to play pro-baseball. In his sophomore year at Oakland High School, under the tutelage of his art teacher Jackie Jenson. He began painting and studying watercolor while still in high school. His art teacher recognized his very special talent and for nearly two years tutored Schofield privately to develop his talent in the watercolor medium. After high school, Michael went into the military, and then on to art school in Nashville, Tennessee. During the summers, he studied with well-known watercolorist John Pike (a contemporary of Robert Wood) in Woodstock, New York. He soon opened his own art studio where he taught and painted for 12 years. Schofield believes that art is fundamentally communication. He chooses to create more traditional landscapes because it is with this imagery that most people relate. It is imagery that evokes a memory and therefore a feeling. In this manner, the artist and those who live with his art share a common experience. As a successful artist for several years, Schofield's work can be found in many private and corporate collections. We can arrange a private commission for you.

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