Artist: E. J. Gold
Medium: Acrylic on canvas board
Size: 9 1/2"x 11 1/2" (framed) 5"x 7" (unframed)
Unusual as it is to find the first in a series of interpretive paintings, here is a chance for you to have, perhaps, your first.
Why is this important? Often the subject of the artist is laid out most clearly and in most detail in the first image of the subject they are painting. It is known that Gold often painted subjects that were near and dear to his own experience and upbringing. Close friends and artists that he greatly admired were also on the list. If you are able to find one of these special paintings then you are building a collection with a new part of the mystery which is E. J. Gold.
This painting will serve with distinction in your collection as it has with mine, becoming an anchor piece of my 'Places I've Been' Gold collection.