Oblivious To Danger

Oil on canvas
Circa: 1930
Size: 31 1/2" x 29 1/2" (framed)
Amusing allegorical folk art painting of a man fishing on a river or lake with a bear coming up behind him, a thunder storm with sharp lightning, a fish out of the creel, a 'No Trespassing / Private Property' sign, a spilt bottle, and a sinking boat...but there is a rainbow on the horizon! I am not a fisherman, but I guess the message here is, "I'd Rather Be Fishing."

Provenance: Patty Gagarin, Private New York Collection; Private California Collection.

HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES AVAILABLE.

Condition: Excellent. Original frame. Minor scattered retouch, wave to canvas in lower right.

Price: $9,800.00

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