Four works in watercolor/collage by the primitive artist Marjorie McDonald (American, 1898-1995) have been acquired by Matthew's Galleries for their June 19, 2012 fine arts auction. The artist began creating art in mixed collage, watercolor & pastel when she was about 75, and produced a distinctive body of work until her death at age 95. These included political statements, quirky portraits, and strange fantastical worlds. Offered at auction are "Frustrated Farmer", "Bon Voyage!" and two other genre subjects.
The auction sale of American & European art from the 18th to 21st centuries, of more than 100 lots, comprises paintings, watercolors and fine prints.
15800 Upper Boones Ferry Rd. #300
Lake Oswego, Oregon
About Matthew's Galleries
Matthew's Galleries was opened by its current owner/director Matthew W. Gerber in 1968. The specialty has always been quality 19th & 20th century American paintings with some European works as well. Emphasis is on Northwest and California regionalist artists. The retail part of the gallery offers at least 300 works for sale on exhibit at any given time. In addition, the gallery presents at least two art auctions each year at its large venue located about 10 miles from Portland, Oregon, just one block off I-5.