Picacho Peak

Gerry Peirce

Picacho Peak , Paintings by Gerry Peirce
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Marked Down $1,900.00
Gallery Price $3,500.00
Picacho Peak
Gerry Peirce
Watercolor on paper
Sight size
21" height X 28 1/2" width
8 ply mat, regular glass, birch wood molding (custom frame)
Frame size
39" height X 45 7/8" width
"Gerry Peirce" at viewer's lower right in black ink
Excellent, as appeared framed, glazed.
PV 18
About The Picacho Peak

These etheral mists lend a sense of mystery to this southern Arizona landmark situated between Phoenix and Tucson, near Highway 10.

"Picacho Peak and the surrounding park is known for its unique geological significance, oustanding and varied desert growth and historical importance.  The unique shape has been used as a landmark by travelers since prehistoric times.  One of the first recordings was in the 1700's by the Anza Expedition as it passed through the area."  information appropriated from www.desertusa.com


About Gerry Peirce

(1900-1969, American) This Tucson artist studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art and at the Art Students League in New York.

A painter, an etcher, an illustrator, writer, teacher and lecturer, he wrote How Percival Caught the Tiger (1936) and How Percival Caught the Python (1937) as well as Painting the Southwest Landscape (1961).  He illustrated Plants of Sun and Sand (1939).

Peirce taught at the Gerry Peirce School in Tucson, Arizona.

His art resides in the Josyln Art Museum, the Denver Art Museum, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Cleveland Museum of Arts and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, to name a few institutions.

Other Works By Gerry Peirce:
  • Taos Pueblo  North Side, Prints by Gerry Peirce

USA, Arizona






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