Bentley Schaad

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Bentley Schaad is a listed, influential Twentieth Century modernist painter and art educator.

Born in 1925 in Los Angeles, California, he studied at the Jepson Art Institute, the Art Center in Pasadena, and the Claremont Colleges. He was part of a Modernist group of California artists that included Henry Lee Mcfee, Rico LeBrun, and Richard Haines. He taught at the Otis Art Institute and wrote the book The Realm of Contemporary Still Life Painting. He died in 1999.

 

Title

Untitled "Forms" Abstract

Artist

Bentley Schaad, American ~ 1925 - 1999

Circa

1990's

Signed

Lower right

Medium

Oil on Canvas

Price

2300.00

Size

30" x 25"

Style of Art

Abstract

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