Sheila R. Michalski - Ornately Fraemed 1968 Oil, The Poringland Oak
A delightful study of 'The Poringland Oak', after the study by John Chrome. Handwritten label to the reverse reads 'This is the tree known as the Poringland Oak in the National Gallery painted by John Chrome about 1818. Now painted by Sheila Michalski from the other side 1968'.
The study is well presented in an ornate swept gilt effect frame. Signed and dated.On canvas on stretchers.
There is a small area of restoration to the canvas at the lower right. Visible to the reverse. With some signs of surface dirt and light surface abrasions.
49.5 x 39.5cm (19.5" x 15.6")Framed Size: 65.5 x 55.5cm (25.8" x 21.9")
From a vibrant and attractive collection of mid 20th Century oils by Norfolk-based artist Sheila R. Michalski. Her subjects included canal views, architectural studies, natural landscapes and portraits, often with the use of a pronounced impasto technique.
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Michalski was a Norfolk based painter and sign maker known best for her bright and refreshing studies.
|Artist||Sheila R. Michalski|
|Dimensions||49.5 x 39.5cm|
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