This impactful yet whimsical abstract portrait of a man was painted sometime in the 1950s in the Paris studio of Reginald Sidney Weston (1909-1967). Oil on Masonite board. Displayed on a floating mount against a linen ground with stainless steel metal frame. Painting itself measures 8.25" wide x 10.5" high. With frame total measurements are 12.5" wide x 15" high.

 

Born in London, "Reggie" Weston grew up in Egypt. Post studying art in Paris he moved and staged his first show in Jerusalem. Where he taught art until returning to France. Instantly renowned post selling two thirds of works at his premiere Paris show at Dana Vierny in 1949. Subsequently exhibiting in 17 shows in Paris, London, Brussels, Philadelphia, New York, and Tel-Aviv. His work included the collections of major Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, and New York museums. Along with the private collections of among others -  Baron Elie de Rothschild and Isaac Stern (violinist). Post his premature death in 1967 his work have been shown in Sydney, France, and Saint Tropez. 

 

In excellent condition with minor paint loss on the board corners. No major paint loss. Frame appears to be new.

 

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SOLD: 1950s Abstract Portrait of a Man by Reginald Weston

SKU: 0681
$995.00Price
  • In excellent condition with minor paint loss on the board corners. No major paint loss. Frame appears to be new.