Original Acrylic Painting by Michael Young

Original Acrylic Painting by Michael Young

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Directory: Fine Art: Paintings: Watercolor: Pre 1990: Item # 1250202

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The size of work: 11 7/8" x 9" Acrylic on Water color Board. Image size: 8 7/8" x 6 1/8". Pencil signed by Michael Young, 1987 in lower right. Michael Young (1952- ) who is established Artist and a master of Modern Nostalgia. Michael Young's work has been collected by worldwide collectors. The colors of his works mostly in pale tone, yet it will bring you into nostalgia time in 1930 to 1940. It has soft tender colors. It is unframed work. The painting was done on thick water color paper board by Acrylic which the most of his works were done. The subject is country side mansion site with the car paking on the stone bridge. The several people sourrounded the Nostalgic cars which is Michael Young's trade mark. It is nicely excuted inspite of small size of painting with the human forms. The borderline on the image area is drawn by pencil line . We guarantee the authenticity of workmanship by Michael Young.

Michael Young (1952- )
The master of nostalgic perscpective, hidden thems ans sublte wit. He was born in 1952, in Kansas city, Kansas. His interest in art began when he observed his father Eugine Young was drawing and painting at their home in Lansing, Kansas. At 17 he enrolled into Commercial Art program in Salina, Kansas for 2 years. After he graduated, he found the job at an architecural illustaration studio in downtown, Kansas city. This career made him to understand perspective, rendering and scale on his painting. In 1978, he went to New York city where he studied at The Art Students Leaque, Salmagundi Club, and he took private classes with Bill Waltman, a world famouse anatomy instructor. After training there, he opened his own studio in Dallas. An immediate success when exhibited. Young's art, prints and posters have a sublte humor and crispness of detail perfectly suited for Art Deco styling. He exhibited widely throughout the U.S. Europe and Japan. His work can be found in private and corporate collections.