Sunday, December 7, 2008
Frank Bentley, English Outsider Artist
Years ago, I was introduced to the lovely and delicate works of Frank Bentley. Often his point of view was overhead, looking down on romantic little fishing villages and coves filled with small boats and even smaller people. "Fingals Island" was always a favorite. Other paintings of Bentley's were charming pieces equally welcomed in a nursery as a foyer, and "Three Goldfish in a Jam Jar" and "Green Cat with Green Fish" are two that come to mind. So whimsical and appealing. I wish they were mine, so I share them with you.
Posted by Beverly Kaye at 2:11 PM
Labels: Folk Art, Naive art, Outsider artist, Self-taught art
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I really like these!
Prints available 😄
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