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Jeffrey Lungé

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Dark-haired weaver wearing a silver concho belt is seated in front of an upright loom hosting a Hopi dance sash.

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Description

Dark-haired weaver wearing a silver concho belt is seated in front of an upright loom hosting a Hopi dance sash.

About the Artist

(1905-1993) A self-stylized impressionist whose watercolors create a portrayal of the American Southwest, Jeffrey Lungé's work was exhibited at the Arizona Bank Galleria, Palm Springs Desert Museum and at the Sedona Arts Center.

Although born in London, Lungé painted the Western scene for thirty five years. He worked from memory and from drawings made outdoors while on site. His watercolors recall Native American lifestyle before their use of electricity and pickup trucks. His paintings were usually bright against flying clouds and a windswept changing land. He completed an average of forty five paintings a year.  By 1985 the artist's eyesight was compromised to the degree, he could no longer paint.

Jeffrey Lunge Vision of the Southwest by Kelley Hays-Gilpin and Dennis Gilpin (2011) was recently published in a softbound format.

Medium Watercolor on paper
Sight size 29" height X 10 1/2" width
Frame Hand-wrapped linen liner, regular glass, wood molding
Frame size 35 1/4" height X 16 1/2" width
Signed "Jeffrey Lunge" at viewer's lower left
Date of creation Circa 1973
Condition Fair, as there is a 1 1/4" tear near center of painting.
Provenance JS
Other Works by Jeffrey Lungé
Following the Trail, Paintings by Jeffrey Lungé Observing the Dance, Paintings by Jeffrey Lungé To the Meeting, Paintings by Jeffrey Lungé Old Folks, Paintings by Jeffrey Lungé At the Hubbell's Trading Post, Paintings by Jeffrey Lungé Navajo Horse Relay, Paintings by Jeffrey Lungé
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