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Frank Magleby's Landscape Painting (Oil on Board)

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    Posted 10 years ago

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    The painting measurees 47 x 23 1/2 inches framed. Painted on board and signed MAGLEBY in the left lower corner, it deplicts a beautiful country farmland landscape. Born in 1928 in Idaho Falls, Idaho; Frank Magleby was an Art Students League of New York, Student as well as an Columbia University Art Department, Student. His work are know to include styles including Realism, Representation, Realist and Naturalist.
    His works of arts includes Figure, Figurative, Human Figure, Genre, Human Activity, History: Historical Figures, Sites, Events, Landscape, Religion, Mysticism and Spiritualism as well.
    He is without a doubt, a New York trained, reconized artist. Frank Magleby is an American visual artist. Several works by the artist have been sold at auction, including 'Whitingham Lake, New York' sold at Michaan's Auctions 'Estate Auction' in 2011.
    I welcome any and all information pertaining to the artist.

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    1. coachfrits coachfrits, 3 months ago
      Hello, CW. My name is Frits. I date Frank's daughter. Up until now, I've only been able to buy giclees. Would you consider selling the painting that you own? Regardless of whether you are, or not, I'd be happy to fill in any blanks about Frank. For example, he and his wife gave Robert Redford, and his wife, their first apartment in NY. They have remained friends since. Thank you. Frits

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