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Lot 389
Alice Williams (American), (illegible) Garden
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Oil on canvas, signed at lower right, inscribed to verso, presented in a very attractive gilt frame with composition ornament and linen liner.

Stretcher size 20 x 20 in.;Frame dimensions 29 3/4 x 29 3/4 in.

Private Collection, Sea Island, Georgia

Alice Williams studied Fine Arts at Columbia College, Furman University and Clemson University in South Carolina. While living in Atlanta, she was introduced to the Russian artists and brothers, Constantine and Roman Chatov. Under their instruction, combined with influence from Robert Brackman and inspiration from Robert Henri, Williams developed her own post-impressionist style.

In addition to her talent as a painter, Williams is a master gardener. She delights in painting garden scenes and lush landscapes from her travels and life abroad and in the southern United States. She and her husband currently live in France and Georgia.

Good estate condition.