Memory Painting of Kiva

Anonymous
Oil on plywood with taped labels
Circa: 1950-1960s
Size: 35" (w) x 18" (h) (sight)
The large memory painting calls to mind the work of George Morgan, who composed memory paintings from a bird's-eye's perspective. Intuitively we use this aerial device as a method of recall.

A massive wave of Latvian immigrants came to the United States after World War II. Having Suffered through Soviet and Nazi occupations, hundreds of thousands fled and spent years in European refugee camps before some of them immigrated to the United States in the early 1950s.


HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES AVAILABLE.

Condition: Excellent with wear commensurate with age.Framed in a black wood painted floating frame.

Price: $6,500.00

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