Mark Borghi Fine Art

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The Music Party (Daniel Alain Brustlein on cello and Edwin Dickinson on violin)

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The Music Party (Daniel Alain Brustlein on cello and Edwin Dickinson on violin)

1948 (SOLD)

 

Oil on paper laid down on canvas

24 x 36 inches (61 x 91.4 cm)

Signed titled and dated verso

 

Ex-collection:
The estate of the artist and by descent until the present

 

About the Painting:
Daniel ‘Alain’ Brustlein (1904-1996)
is considered one of the foremost illustrators and painters in America. A noted cartoonist for such illustrious publications as The New Yorker where he signed his work ‘Alain’ Brustlein later became a reputable painter noted for his figurative compositions and expressionistic canvases.
Edwin Dickinson (1891-1978)
was an American painter and draftsman known for his psychologically charged self-portraits and landscapes. His art, always grounded in realism, shows connections to symbolism and surrealism.