Liss Llewellyn Fine Art - Charles Mahoney: Christmas tree viewed through red curtains, circa 1952

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Charles Mahoney:
Christmas tree viewed through red curtains, circa 1952

Mounted (ref: 3632)

Oil on paper over charcoal, 15 x 12 in. (38 x 30.5 cm.) 

Tags: Charles Mahoney interiors



Throughout the 1950's Mahoney produced a series of paintings of successive Christmas trees decorated by his daughter and wife.  The small scale of the trees reflected the size of Oak Cottage, the artist's home.

Exhibited: Harris Museum and Art Gallery, January 2000, Royal Museum and Art Gallery, Canterbury, March 2000, The Fine Art Society, London, April 2000.

Literature: Charles Mahoney, Paul Liss/The Fine Art Society, 1999, (p.60)


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