California Coastal Landscape by Rod Goebel (American 1946-1993)
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SPRING LIGHT, American West / California rocky Pacific coast oil on canvas landscape picture by American painter / artist Rod Goebel (1946-1993) impressionist style, signed front lower left, United States, 20th century
Two gallery labels verso
both from TRAILSIDE GALLERIES, Scottsdale, AZ and Jackson, WY
Private Collection of a San Diego, CA gentleman; acquired from Trailside Galleries Scottsdale, AZ
36.5'' H x 38.25'' W x 3.75'' D Frame
27.5'' H x 29.5'' W Image
Goebel was a post-impressionist painter of the American Southwest landscape. Born in Austin, Texas he was educated at the University of New Mexico and Colorado Institute of Art before settling in Taos, New Mexico. Known as a brilliant colorist and for his interest in painting a variety of subject matter he was also known as a master teacher in the later years of his career. He was a founding member of the "Taos Six" Society of Arts and was also an Academician of the National Academy of Western Art. During his twenty year career he produced a large ouvre of works, had many solo exhibitions and was featured in publications like "Southwest Art" and "Artists of the Rockies".
bio from The Matthews Gallery website
"Rod Goebel was a painter of southwestern landscapes in lights, shadows, and powerful colors. He is fascinated by color, and paints using emotions instead of intellect."
quote from "Contemporary Western Artists" by Harold and Peggy Samuels