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Dove Holding a Branch Oil Painting by David Segel

Oil painting of a bird holding a branch by prolific artist David Segel. This apinting resembles the Picasso work of a peace dove holding an olive branch.

After studying at the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, and the Art Institute of Chicago, David moved to Paris in 1950 to work and teach, He studied in the atelier of Fernand Leger and then traveled around other Western European countries. He has been shown in galleries from Paris, France, to Los Angeles, California, including the Whitney Museum in New York City. Segel enjoyed a prolific career and worked with a variety of mediums including: oils, bronze and wood sculptures, and dramatic sketches. He also worked in furniture and interior design. Segel’s work is represented in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum. His awards include The First Carnegie Prize and The Hallmark International Art Award. David Segel died in Venice, California in 2005 at the age of 84.

Price $850
Period 1960-1969
Condition Excellent. Newly reframed..
Measurements Height: 31.5"
Width: 41.0"
Depth: 2.25"
Count 1
Material Paint
Creator David Segel 1
Country of Origin United States
Reference Number LU825810166761