Cornelia MacIntyre Foley 'THE TWO SISTERS' c. 1930s
'THE TWO SISTERS' c 1930s. Giclee print. Cornelia MacIntyre Foley was born in Honolulu. (1909-2010) Known for her figure paintings of Hawaiian women in a style much influenced by Diego Rivera. She studied at the University of Washington and at the Slade School in London. She then returned to Hawaii and established a reputation as a painter and printmaker. She is most notable for her figure subjects, especially appealing young Polynesian women. Her paintings suggest voluptuousness and her models are dressed in clinging outfits and placed in floral settings. This is beautifully framed and ready to hang.
Measures 38 1/2 x 32 x 1 1/2
3" Wooden Frame with Inset 1" Linen Tweed Border Frame