J.W.S. Cox (1911-1982) - 1967 Watercolour, Coastal Abstraction
DescriptionAn interesting watercolour composition by the American artist John William Smith Cox. Known for having invented the 'wet-on-wet watercolor technique (immersing paper in water and painting wet watercolor pigments onto the wet paper, so that the pigments can spread and take on a "life" of their own.)', this piece is great example of this. On watercolour paper, laid to thick card. Signed and dated.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration.
32.3 x 52.2cm (12.7" x 20.6")Sheet: 35.9 x 54.7cm (14.1" x 21.5")
|Artist||J.W.S. Cox (1911-1982)|
|Dimensions||32.3 x 52.2cm|
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