Edwin Galea (b.1934) - Signed & Framed 1967 Watercolour, Dragonara Palace, Malta
DescriptionA very fine view of the Dragonara Palace, now a casino, in St Julian's, Malta. Galea has created a light skyline by allowing the thin paint to bleed, typical of his oeuvre. Contrasted with the detailed depiction of sailing ships in the foreground, an effective depth of field is established. The painting has been outlined in graphite, and well presented in a light wood frame with a distressed contemporary finish. Signed and dated and inscribed. On wove. Signed and dated and inscribed. On wove.
In very good condition. Some light discolouration. The frame is in fine condition.
30.3 x 40.8cm (11.9" x 16.1")Framed Size: 30.3 x 40.7cm (11.9" x 16")
Edwin Galea was born in Valletta, Malta, 1934. He is a full-time professional marine artist who works exclusively in watercolours. Edwin is the son of the late artist Joseph Galea, a well listed watercolourist. Edwin Galea is well known for his views of Malta and its coasts and harbours, and ships’ portraits, as well as historic naval episodes and sea battles. He has participated in several collective and one-man exhibitions in Malta, England, Italy, Greece and the USA.
|Artist||Edwin Galea (b.1934)|
|Dimensions||30.3 x 40.8cm|
|Subject||Seascape & Coastal|
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