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george barker

George Barker (1882-1965) was a landscape painter from Omaha, Nebraska, who studied under Andre L’hote, J. Laurie Wallace, and Edwin Scott while in Paris, and it was there he developed his expressive brushwork. Barker went on to teach painting in Omaha, and then in Long Beach, California, where he lived and painted the Southern California coast from Laguna Beach to the Palisades. Eventually Barker expanded to the landscapes of Arizona, New Mexico, and other areas of the west painting in the plein air style. Most of the colorful scenes in the exhibition were painted in the 30s.

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Rolling Hills Oil on Artistboard 12"h x 10"w Rolling Hills George Barker $ inquire
Rough Skies Oil on Artistboard 11-1/2"h x 10"w Rough Skies George Barker $ inquire
Saturated Landscape Oil on Artistboard 10"h x 12"w Saturated Landscape George Barker $ inquire
Summit Oil on Artistboard 10"h x 12"w Summit George Barker $ inquire
Storm Approaching Oil on Artistboard 10"h x 12"w Storm Approaching George Barker $ inquire
Wild Stream on Grey Day Oil on Artistboard 10"h x 12"w Wild Stream on Grey Day George Barker $ inquire
Self-Portrait Oil on Panel 12"h x 10"w Self-Portrait George Barker $ inquire
Pink Mesa Oil on Artistboard 6"h x 8"w Pink Mesa George Barker $ inquire
Yellow Field in Distance Oil on Artistboard 10"h x12"w Yellow Field in Distance George Barker $ inquire