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Artist in the Studio
20th Century Ink Wash & Colored Pencil


On Hold

Rip Matteson

This 20th century ink wash and colored pencil on paper study is by Oakland artist Rip Matteson (1920-2011). Matteson was educated at U.C. Berkeley, C.C.A.C, Scuola di Belle Arte in Rome, the Parsons School of Design in NYC, and received his DFA from Blackburn College. He founded the art program of the Monterey Peninsula College and taught at Laney College in Oakland. He also served as the president of the Carmel Art Association where he showed his work his entire life.

Matteson was enamored with Japanese art and particularly woodblock prints. Many of his works contain a traditional Japanese-style chop block with an acronym carrying a secret message to his wife.

20th Century
Ink Wash & Colored Pencil on Paper
8.5"x11" unframed

Estate stamped lower right. Excellent condition.