Mary Barnaš Pomeroy
This 20th century watercolor on paper still life with orange daylilies is by Mary Barnaš Pomeroy (1921-2010), a German-born California painter. She was a published botanical illustrator in Quito, Ecuador, where she lived and studied until 1946. Pomeroy studied Painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art from 1946-48 and worked as an illustrator at UC Berkeley before moving to Carmel Valley in 1956. She exhibited and traveled widely throughout the U.S., plein air painting in Carmel Valley, especially Soberanes Point, Point Lobos, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and Pacific Grove, with her husband, Frederick Pomeroy.
Watercolor on Paper
21.75"x27.75" framed, 19.75"x25.75" unframed
Signed lower right. Excellent vintage condition. Framed in a contemporary wood frame with coffee-walnut finish using clear archival spacers behind conservation clear glass.