Lot 65 of 210:
Evylena Nunn Miller Minarets Sierra Nevada  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$330
Estimate:
$500 - $800

Title:
Minarets, Sierra Nevada, California

Author:
Miller, Evylena Nunn

Place:

Publisher:

Date:
Mid-20th century

Description:

Oil on board. Approximately 25x30 cm (10x11¾"). Framed, overall 47x52 cm (18½x20½").

Signed E. Nunn Miller. Winter scene of the snow-covered peaks of the Minarets in the Ritter Range of the Sierra Nevada. Evylena Nunn Miller (1888-1966) was born in Mayfield, Kansas and in 1903 moved to California where she studies at Occidental College and Pomona College. In 1956 Miller became director of the Bowers Memorial Museum in Santa Ana. She was a member of the Women Painters of the West, the Foundation of Western Artists, the Los Angeles Art Association, the National Association of Women Artists, the California Art Club and the Laguna Beach Art Association. 


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Fine.


 
Item number:
274863
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