Dealsrus is well known for offering quality artwork at reasonable prices. Our reputation is stellar and we stand behind everything we sell. 20th Century Florida Realist best known for his.Figures, genres, landscape paintings, and etchings. Original hand signed limited edition lithograph and watercolor remarque painting on paper.
Site: 18.5" x 25", Frame: 29" x 35". Original watercolor remarque painting lower left--see photos. Hand numbered lower left--see photos.Pencil signed lower right- see photos. PROVENANCE- Guido Art Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, label verso--see photos. Looks excellent, in "as found" original untouched condition, no visible wear, fading, or damage, not examined out of the frame, frame has minor wear--please look at photos carefully. Fantastic limited edition lithograph and remarque painting by Stephen Scott Young! This image depicts a woman strolling down a tranquil Bahamas neighborhood street.
Young was best known for his realistic figure and landscape subjects. This is a fine example of his work in great condition and large in size with a beautiful original watercolor remarque. Stephen Scott Young, noted for his watercolors, was born in 1957 and lives adjacent to Jonathan Dickinson State Park near Palm Beach County, Florida. Young's interest in art was perhaps motivated by picture books given to him by his mother, depicting the works and styles of'Old Masters' Vermeer and Caravaggio. After graduating from high school, Young spent three years studying printmaking at the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida.He began to work in watercolor around 1976, with his style maturing in the 1980's. In 1985, Young won a first prize at an American Artist's national art competition in watercolors. The large size of his paintings lends added dimension and realism, and he often incorporates bright and clear colors. His work has at times been compared with that of Winslow Homer, Andrew Wyeth, and Thomas Eakins. Young and Homer's subject matter is very similar; both making the Bahamas a primary venue for painting, as well as opting for black models as subjects. Collectors often hang his works beside those of the great realists of the 19th-century. Young has even made'virtual' recreations of some of Homer's work. In the early 1980's, Young made his first visit to the Bahamas and was impressed by the crisp, bright light of the islands.
It took Young about five years to be satisfied with his rendering of such light onto paper. Young completes less than twenty paintings a year. 100% Guaranteed to be as described. We ask for your patience and assure you we are acting as quickly as we can.
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Unless otherwise specified, frames are considered a throw-in and are not guaranteed in any fashion. Sizes listed in the descriptions are a very close approximation, ie. If the painting is 12.2 x 14.2 we would describe such as a 12 x 14.The item "STEPHEN SCOTT YOUNG-FL Realist-Signed WC Remarque & LIM. ED Print-Bahamas Street" is in sale since Monday, August 7, 2017. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "dealsrus" and is located in Pottstown, Pennsylvania.
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