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Birch Bark Canoe on Mountain Lake by William Dabelstein


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(1884-1979). Oil on canvas. 20" x 24." Studied at the NAD, Royal Academy in Munich,m and Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. Moved to San Francisco in 1914 to execute large settings for the PPIE. He established himself as a commercial artist in a studio on Post Street. Dabelstein is best known for his landscapes of the Sierra Nevada. In original period frame. As a result of the bubonic plaque and several invasions of flies throughout Europe, Germany established several laws in the early 16th century requiring all food and beverage containers be covered. By combining a lid, hinge, and thumb lift, these "German" containers could easily be opened and closed with one hand. Steins became very popular, and many different types of designs and decorations were artistically applied to them. Many stein-decorating styles and techniques were developed over the centuries, offering further diversity to this creative, historical, artistic, and ever-evolving gift item.

PERIOD: Contemporary

ORIGIN: California, United States

SIZE: 20"x24"; Frame 24" x 29"

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