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GUY ROSE

 
A California native, Rose studied art in San Francisco before travelling to Paris to continue his education.  He ultimately settled in Monet's colony at Giverny and forged a friendship with the French Impressionist that undoubtedly influenced his work.  The artist painted this work shortly after returning to California, where it was likely completed at his Orange Avenue Studio in Los Angeles or his subsequent studio on Arroyo Terrace in Pasadena.  This painting is a larger version of a well-known work in the permanent collection of the Irvine Museum and was first known to exist from its appearance in the Rose family's personal photographs. A California native, Rose studied art in San Francisco before travelling to Paris to continue his education.  He ultimately settled in Monet's colony at Giverny and forged a friendship with the French Impressionist that undoubtedly influenced his work.  The artist painted this work shortly after returning to California, where it was likely completed at his Orange Avenue Studio in Los Angeles or his subsequent studio on Arroyo Terrace in Pasadena.  This painting is a larger version of a well-known work in the permanent collection of the Irvine Museum and was first known to exist from its appearance in the Rose family's personal photographs. A California native, Rose studied art in San Francisco before travelling to Paris to continue his education.  He ultimately settled in Monet's colony at Giverny and forged a friendship with the French Impressionist that undoubtedly influenced his work.  The artist painted this work shortly after returning to California, where it was likely completed at his Orange Avenue Studio in Los Angeles or his subsequent studio on Arroyo Terrace in Pasadena.  This painting is a larger version of a well-known work in the permanent collection of the Irvine Museum and was first known to exist from its appearance in the Rose family's personal photographs. A California native, Rose studied art in San Francisco before travelling to Paris to continue his education.  He ultimately settled in Monet's colony at Giverny and forged a friendship with the French Impressionist that undoubtedly influenced his work.  The artist painted this work shortly after returning to California, where it was likely completed at his Orange Avenue Studio in Los Angeles or his subsequent studio on Arroyo Terrace in Pasadena.  This painting is a larger version of a well-known work in the permanent collection of the Irvine Museum and was first known to exist from its appearance in the Rose family's personal photographs. A California native, Rose studied art in San Francisco before travelling to Paris to continue his education.  He ultimately settled in Monet's colony at Giverny and forged a friendship with the French Impressionist that undoubtedly influenced his work.  The artist painted this work shortly after returning to California, where it was likely completed at his Orange Avenue Studio in Los Angeles or his subsequent studio on Arroyo Terrace in Pasadena.  This painting is a larger version of a well-known work in the permanent collection of the Irvine Museum and was first known to exist from its appearance in the Rose family's personal photographs. A California native, Rose studied art in San Francisco before travelling to Paris to continue his education.  He ultimately settled in Monet's colony at Giverny and forged a friendship with the French Impressionist that undoubtedly influenced his work.  The artist painted this work shortly after returning to California, where it was likely completed at his Orange Avenue Studio in Los Angeles or his subsequent studio on Arroyo Terrace in Pasadena.  This painting is a larger version of a well-known work in the permanent collection of the Irvine Museum and was first known to exist from its appearance in the Rose family's personal photographs. A California native, Rose studied art in San Francisco before travelling to Paris to continue his education.  He ultimately settled in Monet's colony at Giverny and forged a friendship with the French Impressionist that undoubtedly influenced his work.  The artist painted this work shortly after returning to California, where it was likely completed at his Orange Avenue Studio in Los Angeles or his subsequent studio on Arroyo Terrace in Pasadena.  This painting is a larger version of a well-known work in the permanent collection of the Irvine Museum and was first known to exist from its appearance in the Rose family's personal photographs.
Late Afternoon, Laguna Beachc. 191823 3/4 x 28 3/4 in.(60.96 x 73.03 cm) oil on canvas
Provenance
with Stendahl Gallery, Los Angeles, c. 1920s
Private Collection, Cleveland
Private Collection, Connecticut, by descent
Exhibition
Museum of History, Science and Art, Gallery of Fine and Applied Arts, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, Cal., March 16 to 31, 1918 : exhibition of paintings by Guy Rose. No. 18
A California native, Rose studied art in San Francisco before travelling to Paris to continue his education. He ultimately settled in Monet's colony at Giverny and forged a friendship with the French Impressionist that undoubtedly influenced his work. The artist painted this work shortly after returning to California, where it was likely completed at his Orange Avenue Studio in Los Angeles or his subsequent studio on Arroyo Terrace in Pasadena. This painting is a larger version of a well-known work in the permanent collection of the Irvine Museum and was first known to exist from its appearance in the Rose family's personal photographs.
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