Columbines Flowers Marjorie Grigonis Original Painting 20th c. American - framed
This beautiful small painting on canvas by Marjorie Grigonis is a close up view of columbines. The painting is signed on the front at the lower left Grigonis 91. She also wrote her last name twice on the back of the canvas. On the back, the following is written in ink on the wood stretcher – Columbines – 8 Walnut St NW Spring, 1991.
The 8” x 10” canvas is set (or “floated”) in a gold gilt slim wood frame --- with just over a 1/3” space between the edge of the canvas and the inner edge of the frame. The frame is 9 1/8” x 11 1/8” x 1 ½”.
The canvas and the frame are in good condition – with very minimal marks on the frame from age and handling.
Please check Marjorie Grigonis’ excellent website for complete information. The following is the BRIEF BIOGRAPHY on her website (we have copied and pasted it):
Born in Baltimore, MD, Marjorie Grigonis has lived and worked in her studio in Philadelphia for the past 30 years. She attended George Washington University and The Corcoran School of Art in Washington DC, receiving her MFA from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in 1965. Grigonis taught art for 14 years in the Fine Arts departments of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; Middlesex College in Edison, NJ; the College of Charleston, Charleston, SC; and for one year in the Art Department of The Baldwin School in Bryn Mawr.
Ms. Grigonis was one of the founders of the Amos Eno Gallery in NYC in 1973, and was a recent past director of the 3rd Street Gallery, a co-operative gallery in Old City, Philadelphia. In 1992 Grigonis was the recipient of a residency at the Vermont Studio School; in 1995 she was awarded first prize in painting in Art in Pennsylvania ‘95 at the State Museum in Harrisburg; in 2009 awarded the Van Sciver prize in the annual juried show at The Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia.
She has spent part of every year for the last three decades on the rocky coast of Maine, and has visited other countries whenever possible. The varied environments and traveling itself have influenced her work. She has repeatedly visited Japan, France, Germany, Mexico, China and Italy. A trip to Morocco and the Sahara was the inspiration for a group of paintings.
Ms. Grigonis’s solo exhibtions include The Knapp Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), 3rd Street Gallery (Philadelphia), the Newark (NJ) Museum, Maine Maritime Academy(Castine, ME), Amos Eno Gallery (NYC) and the inaugural show for the Monsanto Gallery at Lander College (SC). She has shown at the State Museums of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and South Carolina, Woodmere Art Museum, Mint Museum (Charlotte, NC) and various private galleries. Her paintings and prints are in the collections of the University of NC, the Medical University of SC, Pennsylvania Hospital, Wyeth Ayerst International, Inc., and in numerous private collections, in the US and in France, England and Germany. Her work, drawings, paintings, prints, has always been abstract, the styles varying over four decades.
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