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Original Painting by Z. Charlotte Sherman, (1924-Present)

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Start price: $1,400

Estimated price: $2,000 - $4,000

Buyer's premium: 28%

Sales Tax: On buyer's premium only

Stunning painting by Los Angeles based artist Zelda Charlotte Sherman.

Signed.

Measurements:

39.75 Inches wide x 22.75 inches high.

Painting only:

29.25 inches wide x 21 inches high x 1.50 projection from the wall.

Z. Charlotte Sherman is a painter, printmaker, sculptor) who was born in 1924 in Los Angeles, California. The style of her work is Abstract Impressionism and Expressionism. Her preferred mediums are oils, watercolors, pen and ink, printmaking (etchings & lithographs) and bronze sculpture.

She has painted in Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

She studied at UCLA, Otis Art Institute where she earned three scholarship award, and the Kann Art Institute. She also studied at UCLA, doing a graduate work in art with Rico Lebrun and Keith Finch.

MEMBERSHIPS

California Water Color Society

National Watercolor Society (Signature member)

Women Painters of the West

EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS

Walker Art Center, 1958; Los Angeles County Museum of Art 1956, 1958; Pasadena Art Museum, 1959, (Award winner); California Palace Legion of Honor, San Francisco, 1961; Butler Art Institute, 1961; Scripps College Art Gallery, 1964; University of California, Berkeley Art Gallery, Student Union, 1965, (solo); Richmond, CA. Art Museum, 1965; Philadelphia Academy of Fine Art, 1965; Laguna Art Museum 1966 (solo); Denver Museum of Art, 1967 (invitational); Sylvan Simone Gallery, Los Angeles, 1956 (solo); Parson’s Gallery, Los Angeles, 1957, 1958, 1959, (solo); Heritage Gallery, Los Angeles 1962 – 2003, (solo and group exhibits); gallery eight, NYC, 1965 (solo); Gallery 21, Marina Del Ray, CA. 1971 (solo)

COLLECTIONS

Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles; Palm Springs Museum, CA.; Laguna Museum of Art, CA.; Glass Container Corp of America; Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, Arkansas; F. Fuller Foundation, Los Angeles

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Condition: Good condition.

Condition: Good condition.