This appealing still life was done by the Indiana artist, Campbell, in a unique style somewhat reminiscent of the post-Impressionists. brushstrokes are individual blobs of paint, laid in concertina to create a visual unity. The demure palette is inviting and non-threatening, and yet the accents of orange against the slate background makes this particular piece versatile in terms ofhanging strategy. Campbell was best known for his plein air woodland scenes as well as still lifes.
22 x 22 in period closed corner frame, c.1915
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