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"Spring Rain," 2021 Large Abstract Collage on Paper By Diane Love

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Documentation Signed
Origin United States, New York
Period New
Materials Colored opaque and transparent papers
Dimensions
W. 26 in; H. 40 in; D. 0.07 in;
W. 66.04 cm; H. 101.6 cm; D. 0.18 cm;
Condition New. Excellent condition, unframed with framing option available
Creation Date 2021
Description "Spring Rain," 2021, by Diane Love is a large abstract collage on heavy Arches deckled edge paper. This work is from the artist's new "Season's" series which the artist began in the Spring of this year when nature broke forth in an abundance of color after a bleak year of lockdown and pandemic restrictions.

Torn pieces of various shades of opaque and transparent mostly greens and blues accented with lavender ,cobalt, teal and black arranged in perfect harmony capture the fresh colors of a landscape in a spring rain. This work is sold and priced unframed, but can be framed floating in a white shadow box for an additional charge. Contact dealer for price.

Diane has always felt that art has been her lifelong companion providing her with the freedom to express herself with a multitude of mediums and materials.
For nearly two decades Diane Love's eponymous shop on Madison Avenue in Manhattan embraced the Scope of her creativity where she sold her home accessory and fashion creations which are still collected today. She soon established herself as a style icon in her own right with A-list tastemakers such as Jackie Onassis, Estée Lauder, Albert Hadley, Sister Parish, Mario Buatta and Valentino. Major department stores and companies such as Mikasa, Trifari and Saks Fifth Avenue licensed her wide ranging lifestyle and fashion products to distribute and Bloomingdale's housed its own Diane Love boutique. During the 1970s, Diane's spectacular floral arrangements caught the eye of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the New York City Opera who both hired her as a flower consultant while Macmillan, Inc., published her first book, "Flowers Are Fabulous for Decorating."

After Diane closed her shop in 1986 to pursue her passion in Fine Art, she has had 11 solo exhibitions of her paintings and photographs, and is currently represented by a prestigious gallery in New York. She authored, "YES/NO DESIGN," published by Rizzoli, New York and by Flammarion, in Paris.

In her numerous pursuits, Fine Art, photography, writing, fashion, flower arranging, acting and as a cabaret singer, Diane Love is best described as a Renaissance woman.
Styles / Movements Abstract Expressionism, Contemporary
200 Lex Booth Number 36
Incollect Reference Number 457899
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