Alson Skinner Clark (1876-1949) Ruins of San Juan Capistrano 31 x 25in (Painted in 1915.)

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Lot 48
Alson Skinner Clark
(1876-1949)
Ruins of San Juan Capistrano 31 x 25in

Sold for US$ 18,825 inc. premium
Alson Skinner Clark (1876-1949)
Ruins of San Juan Capistrano
signed, inscribed and dated 'Alson Clark Capistrano 1915' (lower right)
oil on board
31 x 25in
Painted in 1915.

Footnotes

  • Exhibited
    Chicago, Illinois, Reinhardt Gallery, February 1920.
    Irvine, The Irvine Museum, California Impressionists: A presentation of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, organized by the Georgia Museum of Art and The Irvine Museum, traveling exhibition, July 1996 – January 1998.
    Irvine, The Irvine Museum, All Things Bright & Beautiful, Paintings from The Irvine Museum, Touring Exhibition 2008-2009.
    Irvine, The Irvine Museum, All Things Bright & Beautiful, The National Tour Comes Home, November 10, 2010 – June 11, 2011.
    Irvine, The Irvine Museum, California This Golden Land of Promise, January 24 – May 21, 2015.
    Irvine, The Irvine Museum, A Summer Idyll, June 25 – October 6, 2016.

    Literature
    Jean Stern, Reflections of California, The Athalie Richardson Irvine Clarke Memorial Exhibition, Irvine, 1994, p. 173, illustrated full page color.
    Jean Stern, Romance of the Bells, the California Missions in Art, Irvine, 1995, p. 11, illustrated full page color.
    William H. Gerdts, All Things Bright & Beautiful, California Paintings from The Irvine Museum, Irvine, 1998, p. 62, illustrated in color.
    Jean Stern, Masters of Light, Plein Air Painting in California 1890-1930, Irvine, 2002, p. 52., llustrated in color.
    Deborah Solon, An American Impressionist: The Art and Life of Alson Skinner Clark, Pasadena, 2005, plate 51, p. 97, illustrated full page color.
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