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Watercolor Figure Painting by Evan Keehn (1964)

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Pictured here is a beautiful and distinctive figure painting of a man crafted by Evan Keehn in 1964. This stunning painting channels the mid-century and realist art movement and utilizes watercolor paint upon paper. This painting is a truly unique artful accent that is sure to bring a tasteful element to your home decor setting.

Keehn was born on August 6, 1931 in Pottsville, a coal-mining town in central eastern Pennsylvania, where he lived until he finished high school. Keehn studied at the Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore, MD.  There he learned the techniques of the Old Masters from Jacques Maroger who had been Conservateur at the Louvre Museum in Paris before World War Two. He was also a good friend with renowned artist Reginald Marsh. As a figurative painter, Keehn was one of the famous "Six Young Realists of Baltimore" all products of the Maryland Institute of Art, who together countered the abstract expressionism.



10” W x 10” H

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