This midcentury texas oil painting is done in hues of gold and black. Thomas L Lewis pioneered many sepia techniques in Texas landscaping before he moved to Taos New Mexico to open a renowned Art Gallery, circa 1950. This particular landscape was done near Lake Caddo in East Texas which is famous for wavy bayou trees.
Signed Thos. L. Lewis Taos
Height: 25 inches
Width: 30 inches
Framed in period gold wash frame (slightly warped)
Height: 30.5 inches
Width: 35.5 inches
Condition: some in paint otherwise in good condition. Frame with losses to 2 corners.
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