Original oil painting on canvas by avant-garde inspired artist John Alexander Steele. The piece (framed) measures: 14.5" L x 13.5" W. The painting is in excellent condition.
The Painting sits in a wooden and distressed gold frame with a liner accent built by Soicher-Marin.
About John Alexander Steele:
Gathering influences from avant-garde artists such as Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, and Anni Albers, John Alexander Steele expresses the beauty of nature through his reverently created pieces, experimenting on form and taking inspiration from the natural world.
He took inspiration from European avant-garde, a genre of art that rejected the social ideologies of the time and flirted with experimentation and innovation. With his subjects being everyday items, John took delight in creating art that reflected the respect he had for the mundane. From abstract painting stimulated by the Washington Color Painters to personal expressions of the world around him, he wholly expressed the full spectrum of the world of art throughout his career as an artist.