“Guerilla’s Hideout” India Ink Wash Painting by Clarence Arthur Brodeur (Amer. 1909-1989)
This is a great mid-century modern India ink wash painting titled “Guerilla’s Hideout” by the listed artist Clarence Arthur Brodeur (American 1905-1989). Born in Westfield, MA, Brodeur was a student at the Fountainebleau School of Arts in France in the 1920’s, and later served as President of the Fountainebleau Association Board of Trustees. Brodeur lived and worked in New Haven, CT in the 1930s and 1940s; he was a professor of art at Vassar College in the 1950’s and also designated as the State of Connecticut Artist. He died in Wellesley MA in 1989. His works are in the collections of the Yale Fogg Museum of Art and the Harvard Art Museum.
This work depicts mountainous jungle landscape, possibly Cuba, and is titled “Guerilla’s Hideout”. The painting is signed in the lower left and is matted with acid free matting and nicely framed in a simple wood frame