Original tempera on paper mounted on panel, circa 1965, by Jack Warren Stangle (American, 1927-1980) offered in excellent original condition, and with its original gallery frame. This painting measures 12" by 10" (painting alone) and 16" by 14" framed. It is signed "Stangle" l.l and still bears the gallery label from the Richard White Gallery in Seattle, which states the name of the artist, the title of the painting ("Apple"), the medium, and the original price ($275). Jack Stangle was an important figure in the Northwest, and more specifically in Seattle, in the mid-century period. He had a joint exhibit with Richard Gilkey and William Ivey for instance, and a retrospective exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum Pavillion (The Seattle Art Museum holds a number of works by this artist in its permanent collection). He is listed in all the usual databases. One of a number of works by Stangle currently in our inventory.