Vernon Witham

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Vernon Clint Witham is a listed painter born in Eugene, Oregon in 1925 who studied under University of Oregon professor Jack Wilkinson, and later pursued studies at the California School of Fine Art.

His works were exhibited at the Palace of the Legion of Honor, and the De Young Museum in San Francisco, California, as well as the Smithsonian in Washington, DC. He created several paintings for his friend James Ivory's movie of Surviving Picasso as well.

A documentary about Witham's life and work was completed in 2012. He relocated to Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1988 where he continued painting, drawing, and designing houses. He died in 2010.

More details of this artwork are below.

Title

Night Landscape

Artist

Vernon Clint Witham, American ~ 1925 - 2010

Dated

1978

Signed

Lower Right & Verso

Provenance

From the collection of a Palm Springs, California lady

Medium

Oil on Door Panel

Price

950.00

Size

19" by 19.5"

Style

Surrealism

 

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