Frances Beatrice Lieberman-1935 Picnic at Alum Rock-Oil Painting-S.F. Museum of Art
frame size 29 x 37"
canvas size 22 x 30"
Fabulous Oil painting on canvas by talented California Impressionist & Regionalist " Francis Beatrice Lieberman "
This masterpiece was exhibit at the 56 Annual Exhibition which was held from
January 24 to March 8 ,1936 at the San Francisco Museum of Art .
Frances Beatrice Lieberman (1911-2002)
A lifelong resident of San Francisco, California, Frances Lieberman was a painter, sculptor and etcher whose subjects included many scenes of San Francisco, child firgures, and seascapes--all in a style that combined realism, impressionism, and abstraction. She was active with her career into the mid 1980s.
Lieberman studied at the California School of Fine Art with Nelson Poole and Ralph Stackpole. She married three times and exhibited under the names Weintraub and Gutman as well as Lieberman.She was a member of the San Francisco Art Association and the Society of Western Artists and exhibited with those groups as well as the San Diego Fine Arts Gallery, the San Francisco Museum of Art, and the Oakland Art Gallery.