Beth Hertz (American; born 1920)
Fake Landscape, 1985
Watercolor on paper
Signed in graphite to the verso
Beth Hertz studied with Stanton MacDonald-Wright and was influenced by early 20th-century Synchromism, a modernist American movement that explored the relationship between color and music. Hertz studied at the Art Students League in New York, the Dayton Art Institute, and received her MFA at Ohio University. Her paintings have been collected by museums as well as private and corporate collections in New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Iowa and California.
- minor wear along the edges of matting; minor scratches throughout the plastic bag.
- measures matting; visible image measures 14.5" W x 10.5" H.