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Summer Reflections Candor New York

James Butler

About The Summer Reflections Candor New York

In excellent condition, this painting would be priced no less than $5,500 in an art gallery.  Gallery price of $1,800 is conservative, in light of the painting's current minor issues. Its current price of $850 makes it quite appealing.

A handsome hand lettered gold wooden plaque attached to the frame names the painting's title along with its date of 1920 followed by the artist's name and dates.

A paper label from the Campanile Galleries in Chicago, Illinois on Michigan Avenue affixed to the back of the painting names the artist and the painting's title.

Marked Down $850.00

Gallery Price $1,800.00

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In excellent condition, this painting would be priced no less than $5,500 in an art gallery.  Gallery price of $1,800 is conservative, in light of the painting's current minor issues. Its current price of $850 makes it quite appealing.

A handsome hand lettered gold wooden plaque attached to the frame names the painting's title along with its date of 1920 followed by the artist's name and dates.

A paper label from the Campanile Galleries in Chicago, Illinois on Michigan Avenue affixed to the back of the painting names the artist and the painting's title.

About the Artist (1893-1976) James P. Butler was an American painter who resided in France in two different periods of his life(1912 and 1922-1924). He also resided in New York City (1917-1921). A member of the Society of Independent Artists, his work was exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1912 and 1917). This information was taken from Who Was Who in American Art 1564-1975 by Peter Falk.
Canvas size 21" height X 25" width
Frame Hand-wrapped silk liner, gold gilded carved wood molding
Frame size 30" height X 33 3/4" width
Signed "J. Butler" at viewer's lower right
Date of creation 1920
Condition Good to fair. There is a 5/8" curving abrasion to the painted surface above signature. Pressure from stretcher bars is evident horizontally top and bottom. Frame has evidence of wear.
Provenance Consigned by a Scottsdale art collector MS