This listing is for a beautiful soft palette landscape oil on board painting signed Jayne Henderson 1973.
Painted by Jayne Henderson of Moorooduc, a rural township in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Melbourne born, Henderson spent many holidays at Mount Eliza, where, as a child she started to paint scenes of beach and promontory. You will notice in her mature paintings, not only the love of bayside subject matter, but also an attention to detail as well as the determination to portray it as realistically as possible.
This character in her paintings is enhanced by a high key palette which makes her work distinctive and instantly recognizable. Her style is strong and vigorous, showing the influence of the Australian impressionists she so admires. Collectors of her work appreciate and admire the exactness of her tonal values.
Frame: 25x29 inches.
painting on board: 20x24 inches.
Excellent condition. Frame has some blemishes. Please see photos.
Price includes tracking in Canada and USA. Items purchased from the USA are shipped from Niagara Falls, New York with USPS. Items bought in Canada are shipped from Toronto, Ontario with Canada Post. If you reside in Toronto, a pick up can be arranged. Overseas buyers (outside of USA and Canada) can expect the package to arrive in 6-8 weeks.
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