Lawrence Harris, Bull Fight Abstract, 1964, African American, 1 of 3 listings


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Lawrence Harris Painting, Bull Fight Abstract, 1964, African American, 1 of 3 listings

Colorful abstract, acrylic on board, by Lawrence Harris (1937-2008.) A Bull Fight.

Custom made frame, covered with linen.

Possibly signed under frame, as others are. But selling as unsigned.

Original oil or acrylic on masonite by Lawrence Harris of abstract. Harris (1937-2008) was a noted Colorado Springs African American artist. Self taught, he would go on to be selected as one of the top 100 artists of 100 years of painting in the Pikes Peak region Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, “A Show of Color” and exhibition to honor the centennial of that city in 1971.

EXHIBITIONS: Denver Art Museum; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center; Denver Art Gallery; Saks Galleries, Denver; Gallery A, Taos; Oklahoma Fine Arts Center; Idar Opertstein Gallery, Germany

COLLECTIONS: Denver Art Museum

Paintings by Lawrence Harris Have brought over $1000.00 at major auction houses. Our starting bid for this splendid work is much lower.

Dimensions: Canvas: 15” Wide X 11”: Frame: 21” Wide X 17”

Date: 1960s

Origin: Colorado

Condition: Original condition, with possibly subdued colors,
Original custom frame.
Please see photos as they are an integral part of the condition report and ask any questions that you have about the item so that we can satisfy you.

Provenance: Savannah Estate.

Maker: He was a noted African American artist from Colorado Springs. Self-taught. Exhibited widely, claimed to be one of the best 100 painters in 100 years in the region.

About Us: Southern Picker Antiques in Darien, GA. is open by appointment. My partner, John and I, for 40+ consecutive years, have never lost our enthusiasm for inspiring objects and art. Without art, there would be a whole lot of days I’d just stay in bed!

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 25 × 25 × 6 in