Robert Domin Still Life Watercolor Painting of Paint Brushes in a Can
Robert Domin (American, 20th/21st century)
Untitled (paint brushes in a can), late 20th century
Watercolor painting on paper
Signed to the lower right
Inscribed to the verso
Born in 1947, Robert Domin studied painting under Elden Rowland at Hilton Leech, Sarasota. He later graduated from the Ringling School of Art and Design, where he was appointed to the Design Advisory Board. In 1976, he began exhibiting his work regionally and submitted to juried competitions. Throughout his career, he has produced a number of series and projects including 400 paintings of landscapes featuring the New England area; a series of large-scale flower blossoms; his series Interlude executed with sprayed enamel, dyes, bleaches, and other resistant mediums; and a series of 25 monumental paintings (each 5 to 10 feet) painted with latex spray paint. Domin has exhibited his work at various venues including multiple pieces at the Mark Twain Library.
- minor foxing, slight warping, toning, marks, and smudges to the sheet.