DAVIS CONE (b. 1950)

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Contemporary photorealist painter Davis Cone's Fremont with Two Girls (2006) depicts the historic Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, California, which opened in 1942 - just before the U.S. entered World War II. Cone presents a romanticized view, but not a nostalgic one, as the Fremont Theater remains in operation, a vital part of its community. Cone’s work preserves and celebrates the persistent landmarks of early 20th century American life in sharp detail.Contemporary photorealist painter Davis Cone's Fremont with Two Girls (2006) depicts the historic Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, California, which opened in 1942 - just before the U.S. entered World War II. Cone presents a romanticized view, but not a nostalgic one, as the Fremont Theater remains in operation, a vital part of its community. Cone’s work preserves and celebrates the persistent landmarks of early 20th century American life in sharp detail.Contemporary photorealist painter Davis Cone's Fremont with Two Girls (2006) depicts the historic Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, California, which opened in 1942 - just before the U.S. entered World War II. Cone presents a romanticized view, but not a nostalgic one, as the Fremont Theater remains in operation, a vital part of its community. Cone’s work preserves and celebrates the persistent landmarks of early 20th century American life in sharp detail.Contemporary photorealist painter Davis Cone's Fremont with Two Girls (2006) depicts the historic Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, California, which opened in 1942 - just before the U.S. entered World War II. Cone presents a romanticized view, but not a nostalgic one, as the Fremont Theater remains in operation, a vital part of its community. Cone’s work preserves and celebrates the persistent landmarks of early 20th century American life in sharp detail.Contemporary photorealist painter Davis Cone's Fremont with Two Girls (2006) depicts the historic Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, California, which opened in 1942 - just before the U.S. entered World War II. Cone presents a romanticized view, but not a nostalgic one, as the Fremont Theater remains in operation, a vital part of its community. Cone’s work preserves and celebrates the persistent landmarks of early 20th century American life in sharp detail.Contemporary photorealist painter Davis Cone's Fremont with Two Girls (2006) depicts the historic Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, California, which opened in 1942 - just before the U.S. entered World War II. Cone presents a romanticized view, but not a nostalgic one, as the Fremont Theater remains in operation, a vital part of its community. Cone’s work preserves and celebrates the persistent landmarks of early 20th century American life in sharp detail.Contemporary photorealist painter Davis Cone's Fremont with Two Girls (2006) depicts the historic Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, California, which opened in 1942 - just before the U.S. entered World War II. Cone presents a romanticized view, but not a nostalgic one, as the Fremont Theater remains in operation, a vital part of its community. Cone’s work preserves and celebrates the persistent landmarks of early 20th century American life in sharp detail.
Fremont with Two Girls200646 1/2 x 45 in. acrylic on canvas
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Contemporary photorealist painter Davis Cone's Fremont with Two Girls (2006) depicts the historic Fremont Theater in San Luis Obispo, California, which opened in 1942 - just before the U.S. entered World War II. Cone presents a romanticized view, but not a nostalgic one, as the Fremont Theater remains in operation, a vital part of its community. Cone’s work preserves and celebrates the persistent landmarks of early 20th century American life in sharp detail.