This 1969 ink and pastel on paper tropical beach scene of Punaluu, Hawaii is by Expressionist West Coast artist Byron Randall (1918-1999). His work is held in permanent collections of the Phillips Collection, the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Oakland Museum of California. Randall traveled the world as a Merchant Marine during WWII. He lived in Mendocino, CA during the 1960s with his wife, Emmy Lou Packard, where they ran a guesthouse and art gallery.
Ink and Pastel on Paper
17"x14" framed, 9"x6" unframed
Signed and dated lower right. Framed in a contemporary wood frame with a gold finish using white archival matting behind clear conservation glass.