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Llyn Foulkes

Carldonna

Llyn Foulkes

Llyn Foulkes

Carldonna

Carldonna

Llyn Foulkes

b. 1934

Carldonna


titled on the reverse

oil on paper 

35 x 43 cm ; 13¾x 17 in.

Executed in 1964.

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Llyn Foulkes

b. 1934

Carldonna


titré au dos

huile sur papier

35 x 43 cm ; 13¾x 17 in.

Exécuté en 1964.

Please note that the work was inspected framed. This work is in very good condition. 


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Rolf Nelson Gallery, Los Angeles

Artnet Auction, 13 December 2010, Lot 25240

Charles Cowles Gallery, New York 

Malle Collection, Paris 

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Rolf Nelson Gallery, Los Angeles

Artnet Auction, 13 décember 2010, Lot 25240

Charles Cowles Gallery, New York

Collection Malle, Paris

An American artist from the West Coast, Foulkes exhibited from the 1960s at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles. He became known for his paintings of Route 66 landscapes, which were systematically taken from postcards and old photographs, not from reality.

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Artiste américain de la côte Ouest, Foulkes exposa dès les années 60 à la Ferus gallery de Los Angeles C’est avec ses peintures de paysages de la Route 66 systématiquement tirées de cartes postales et de photographies anciennes, et non de la réalité, qu’il se fit connaître.