Framed Frank Scott Clark Oil on Canvas of Wild Mallard Duck in Flight

Framed Frank Scott Clark Oil on Canvas of Wild Mallard Duck in Flight

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Framed Frank Scott Clark Oil on Canvas of Wild Mallard Duck in Flight
Framed Frank Scott Clark Oil on Canvas of Wild Mallard Duck in Flight
Framed Frank Scott Clark Oil on Canvas of Wild Mallard Duck in Flight
Framed Frank Scott Clark Oil on Canvas of Wild Mallard Duck in Flight

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Framed oil on canvas of wild Mallard duck in flight by noted Michigan artist Frank Scott Clark (1865-1937), signed in the lower left corner. Detroit's Frank Scott Clark was one of the most highly regarded photographers of his time, particularly famed for his portraiture. His real love was painting and in his later years he was most known for his wildlife paintings, especially wild ducks. The realistic Mallard duck in this large painting is finely detailed in vivid colors. It is flying over a water landscape that is more subtle in nature and features pastel hues in blue, purple, and orange. The entire piece measures about 35 1/8 inches by 40 1/4 inches. The image size is about 29 1/2 inches by 34 1/2 inches. The painting is in the original gesso and gold-washed wood frame and covered with glass, with spacers all around to separate the painting from the glass. Condition of the painting is very good; it looks as if it could have been painted yesterday. The frame is intact but shows some wear and chipping. Professional packaging and shipping will be determined at time of purchase.

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Item Details:

  • Reference #
  • 5059
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Fine Art
  • Department
  • Antiques
  • Year
  • C. 1920's-1930's
  • Dimensions
  • Width: 40.25 inches
  • Height: 35.13 inches
  • Depth: 0 inch
  • Weight: 20 pounds
  • Condition
  • Very Good

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