oil on board, 18” x 24”, signed and dated 1979 upper left, titled and signed verso
Born/lived: Hammond, Indiana/Durango, Colorado.
Known: as a realist/Impressionist painter of Southwestern Indians.
Studied: American Academy of Art in Chicago and in two years won 22 awards.
Exhibited: Allied Artists Show in New York, and the Indianapolis Hoosier Salon, The Gene Autry Museum of Western Heritage show, “The China Experience”, a Western Art exhibit that traveled to Peking, China in 1981. One of is paintings was selected as an official poster for the China Exhibition.
Taught: instructor at the American Academy of Art in Chicago where he taught for six years.
Awards: John F. and Anna Lee Stacey Scholarship Fund, Indianapolis Hoosier Salon, where he was awarded first place in the figures and portraits.
Desatnick is known as a realist/Impressionist painter of Southwestern Indians. He is inspired by their beauty, character, and simplicity of life which harmonizes with nature.
|Artist First Name||Mike|
|Artist Last Name||Desatnick|
|Artist's Dates||born 1943|
|Materials||oil on board|
|Markings||signed and dated 1979 upper left, signed and titled verso|
|Size||18” x 24”|
|Comments||This painting is in excellent condition in the original frame, also in excellent condition.|