11" x 12" Original Oil On Canvas By Jane Goode- 22k Gold Frame by Richard Tobey
The setting for this piece is China cove Pt. Lobos, Monterey County, Ca . It is a delightfully "happy painting". The frame is by no other than Richard Tobey, with the usual stamp at the back. There are very minor chips on the frame, ( which we could touch up at no cost).
Jane Goode Biography
Jane Goode is an artist who has understood herself as an impressionist ever since she could define it. Goode grew up in the Midwest among a family of academics who valued aesthetic appreciation. The result was exposure and opportunity for a girl completely engaged by the process of painting.
"Growing up in the Chicago are," she said, "the Art Institute was the hub of creative enlightenment. Visiting the museum at age 12, I found myself surrounded by the best assemblage of impressionist painting outside of Paris. I was drawn into their spell then and have never deviated from my path. I always wanted to be a painter."
Goode learned to paint by doing it. She developed the context for it by majoring in art at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill, from which she commenced with a Bachelor of Science degree. This education was followed by a summer landscape painting at the Chicago Art Institute, after which she embarked on four years of training at the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles.
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