"Spring Eternal" is one of the most colorful scens of Texas Bluebonnets that Robert W. Wood painted during his long career. The painting dates to the early 1960s, when Wood was at the peak of his artistic powers and fame. Depicting a broad field of Blue Lupin on one of the old pioneer ranches in the Texas Hill Country, this work is one of the finest wildflower paintings that Wood produced. In perfect condition.

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"Spring Eternal" 24" x 36" Oil on Canvas
"West Wind" is an exceptional marine by Robert W. Wood. Painted in 1954 , when Wood was at the peak of his fame, it depicts the crashing surf on the shore of Laguna Beach. For this work the artist used not only his brush but relied extensively on the palette knife. Obtained from the family of the original purchaser, "West Wind" is in immaculate condition, and is complete with its original, hand-carved frame.
"West Wind" 24" x 36" Oil on Canvas
"Snowcapped Peaks" is an excellent mountain scene done in 1943, when Wood was living in the art colony of Carmel. It has the vivid contrast, crystal clarity and dramatic composition that were hallmarks of Wood's finest works. In perfect condition, "Snowcapped Peaks" was obtained from descendants of the original purchasers.
"Snowcapped Peaks" 25" x 30" Oil on Canvas