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Oil Painting Florida Deserted Island Palm Tree Beach Blue Arthur Turcotte Original

Oil Painting Florida Deserted Island Palm Tree Beach Blue Arthur Turcotte Original

Regular price $125.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $125.00 USD
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On offer tropical deserted island scene showing boat beached on shore beside a palm tree that casts a reflection in full color. In the distance a lone sailboat crosses the horizon, perhaps coming to save you. Will it see you in the distance? Do you want to be saved? Masterful evocation of a tropical Florida beach scene, reminiscent of the California work of David Hockney.

About the artist:

Arthur Turcotte (1929-2016)

Arthur Turcotte was an accomplished painter known for his scenes of Massachusetts, Nova Scotia and Florida (particularly in the Naples area). He began painting later in life, after retiring from the Massachusetts State Police where he was a forensic photographer.

He belonged to the Middleboro and Taunton Art Associations, the Bierstadt Society of New Bedford, and the Naples Art Association in Florida. He studied with local accomplished artists and attended many workshops from Connecticut to Nova Scotia. He has received numerous awards for his art work between the late 1970s and his death in 2016.

A large cache of Turcotte's work was recently acquired by Nick Haus -- expect to see several by this accomplished painter.

SIZE: T 14" x W 18"

CONDITION: Excellent.

If you have any questions or are interested in the piece, please do not hesitate to contact me. New items are often posted to Instagram first, @NickHausShop

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