Granville Redmond (1871-1935) Poppies with Oak Trees 8 x 10in (Painted in 1920.)

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Lot 101
Granville Redmond
(1871-1935)
Poppies with Oak Trees 8 x 10in

Sold for US$ 31,325 inc. premium
Granville Redmond (1871-1935)
Poppies with Oak Trees
signed and dated 'Granville Redmond 1920-' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
8 x 10in
Painted in 1920.

Footnotes

  • Provenance
    George Edwin Burnell (1863-1948), Arcadia, California, circa 1920.
    Private collection, Southern California, by family descent.

    George Edwin Burnell (1863-1948) was a successful real estate developer, but he is perhaps best-known today as a religious educator and the founder of an eponymous organization for metaphysical teachings. Burnell completed his education at the University of Minnesota and attended theological school in Chicago before moving with his family to Arcadia, California in 1901.

    In Southern California, Burnell became an active member of the community, joining such organizations as The Jonathan Club. His ministry, conducted out of his home, grew in popularity and eventually overshadowed his business endeavors. Dr. Nichols and the artist Archie Angelo Gilhousen (1876-1969) were among Burnell's many friends and adherents. Burnell was a contemporary of Granville Redmond and an admirer of his work. Several works in the present collection were gifted to Burnell by Nichols and Gilhousen, as indicated by inscriptions on the reverse. The works have remained in the family's collection for almost a century and are being offered at auction for the first time.
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