Susan Seaberry for Gumps Artist Signed San Francisco Plate

Susan Seaberry for Gumps Artist Signed San Francisco Plate
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Vintage From Paul is delighted to offer this Susan Seaberry for Gumps Artist Signed San Francisco Plate astunning work of art.

The Susan Seaberry for Gumps Artist Signed San Francisco Plate is signed by the artist on the back side and reads "S. Seaberry for Gumps".

Alive with color this Susan Seaberry for Gumps Artist Signed San Francisco Plate depicts life in San Francisco. Represented in a collage like style, The Golden Gate Bridge is in the foreground, buildings of Nob Hill surrounded by the lush greenery of Huntington Park. Naturally the design is complete with The Fountain of the Tortoises in the center. Two automobiles one purple, the other orange look to venture through this historic District of San Francisco. There is a simple placard outlined in red at the base of the design which reads "Greetings from San Francisco". The plate has a wide 1/2 inch) black border at the rim.

The Susan Seaberry for Gumps Artist Signed San Francisco Plate is in excellent condition, the colors vibrant. the graphics crisp. The plate measures 11-1/8 inches in diameter.

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About Susan Seaberry

Susan Seaberry received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Art Center Collage of Design in California and began her busy career as an illustrator and designer. Her experience in art continues to produce imaginative and prolific work that is exhibited widely in galleries and celebrated in print. This is a career that began at the forefront of the Functional Art Movement in Los Angeles and continues today with her commissions in portraiture and with her narrative figure paintings. Inspiration comes from revealing the character of her subjects and the playful use of metaphor in the telling of their stories. A high regard for draftsmanship and a contemporary take in blending romanticism and classicism is a recognizable theme throughout her art.

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